Saturday, July 26, 2014

Message board

Update (02 April, 2012) :
If anyone wants to publish a paper in biometrics, which you feel is revolutionary, try the BTAS conference. It was an international conference on biometrics and has very high value. The deadline is April, 15th

Update (29 April, 2012):
And I wrote a post about - how to become a hacker
My projects are at https://github.com/dileep98490

Update (28 June, 2012):
There is a conference "What's in a Face" whose main aim is to improve the research on Human Face. The deadline is July 3rd. It's an international conference, and even if you think you could not attend (due to monetary problems), try sending the paper. If you get acceptance, then it is something that you can write proudly in your resume.

Best of luck :)

Update (05 July, 2012):
Have released the SURF source code. Enjoy :)

Update (24 September, 2012):
Anyway, my first paper. Similar to the thesis in I already uploaded this contains, SIFT vs SURF comparison for the same project using openCV
 http://www.springerlink.com/content/r744311v038r1488/ 

Update (29 Nov, 2014)
Started a new blog, to make rational conversations. Below is the link
http://intertechie.blogspot.in/ 

Ceemple - C++ based technical computing

Today, let me give you a glimpse of a wonderful tool called Ceemple, which I believe is still in beta stage, but can be downloaded from www.ceemple.com.



It is one package, fit all tool for C++; where on installing Ceemple, you get all the computational and graphical libraries, which you can use hassle free, while concentrating only on development.

Many of you told me about the problems being faced, while installing openCV in windows and how you failed to integrate it to into your existing Code Blocks or Dev C++ software. Now it's all done for you by the Ceemple team. You just need to download, install and zup... ready to go. It is too easy. Also, you have a hell lot of other libraries including Matlab, Python etc., which you can use for building real things - super fast. If you are a less software guy and more of a researcher, this tool is the boon for you, and it's open source nature makes it tasty enough for gulping directly. For a detailed comparative analysis and the usefulness of the tool, you can visit this link