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Should I use Tensorflow or OpenCV?
To summarize: Tensorflow is better than OpenCV for some use cases and OpenCV is better than Tensorflow in some other use cases. Tensorflow’s points of strength are in the training side. OpenCV’s points of strength are in the deployment side, if you’re deploying your models as part of a C++ application/API/SDK.
What is the difference between OpenCV and SimpleCV?
OpenCV is a library that can be used with tons of different languages (C, C++, Java, Python, etc.). It provides standard things such as image capture, image manipulation, etc. SimpleCV on the other hand is a framework including several libraries (as far as I know not only OpenCV) and uses Python for scripting.
Which framework is best for computer vision?
- OpenCV – Real-Time Computer Vision Library.
- TensorFlow – Software Library for Machine Learning.
- CUDA – Parallel Computing and Programming.
- Viso Suite – No-Code Computer Vision Platform for Businesses.
- MATLAB – Programming Platform for Engineers and Scientists.
- Keras – The Python Deep Learning API.
What is SimpleCV?
SimpleCV is an open source framework for building computer vision applications, user can get access to several high-powered computer vision libraries such as OpenCV without having to learn about bit depths, file formats, color spaces, buffer management, eigenvalues, or matrix versus bitmap storage.
Is OpenCV a learning machine?
OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision Library) is an open source computer vision and machine learning software library. The library has more than 2500 optimized algorithms, which includes a comprehensive set of both classic and state-of-the-art computer vision and machine learning algorithms. …
Is OpenCV good to learn?
Yes! It is definitely worth it to start learning OpenCV through Python. Since Python saves you a lot of time on the declaration of variables etc, it is much easier to use it with a basic knowledge of Image Processing and Numpy.