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Also, the book uses OpenCV 2 which means it uses C++ classes instead of OpenCV for C.
I didn't have any C++ experience before (only Matlab, Python, Java), but the book did a good job of introducing me to an object-oriented approach to image analysis.
I agree with the other review that said just read online documentation and don't buy the book.
There wasn't all that much in this that isn't directly available via the web docs. Also, it's getting dated now. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John West
Pages 6,7, and 8 tries to describe installing openCV, including CMAKE. An expert at work took hours to install it there for me, including lots of pitfalls and customization... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Don M. Levin
Assumes knowledge of C++ but exciting and wonderful step by step teaching of OpenCV2.Published 6 months ago by Roger
There are two issues which downgrade my rating from five stars to three stars:
1. In Chapter 5, the majority of sample code failed to be compiled. Read more
Holy Moly, why some people are giving this book bad feedback? Let's be sensible guys, the book is not for teaching computer vision; it is for using OpenCV, give me a break for... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bandar
The book is written in a language clear and precise. The treatment is very useful for researchers and practionioners.
The content is uptodate. Read more
If you are a research as me, you should buy this book. The book introduce you how you configure the opencv library using Qt with many examples (image color to gray, histogram and... Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by Quenaz Da C. Eller
This book must be in the shelf of any serious student of OpenCV. If you want learn OpenCV with good examples, in a guided way, this book is for you. Read more