The people who post here are not paid to answer questions or help people. They will help you out if they can and they feel like it. They will do so by giving answers to specific questions, refering you to sources of information, ect... but they are not going to write the code for you unless it is very very short (say 2 lines long). We're here to help each other out, not to do other people's work for them.
I would recommend you either post this at a place like rent a coder where you will have to pay someone or else refrase this as a question not a request to do it for you.
Thank you for your reply
But I didn't request them to write code for me
Sorry for making the question look like that
I just wanted any available information about this topic
After some investigation, I found this library:
Hi, can somebody tell me how to create a plane passing through 3 points and how to project a point onto this plane.I have to develop a c/c++ code to do that.Can somebody suggest me a way or a good algorithm to do it.Plse do help me out.Thnk You.
Hi.I'm researching on an algorithm about the counting car on traffic. We're using to camera to catch and count the cars but I have some problems about this.
The problem is we know the coordinates of cars on the way. For example 4 cars with their coordinates in 1st frame. At 2nd frame lets say 1 car goes out from the camera view point and new car comes in. At 3rd frame no car goes out and 2 car come in to the view point.
So the video will like this;
First Frame = 4 Car ---------4 new
Second Frame = 4 Car ------1 new
Third Frame = 6 Car --------2 new
Total Passed Cars =---------7 CARS
With our calculation we know that 7 car passed from way. But the problem is camera cant recognize which car is from old frame.
I want a suggestion from you. Any ideas about to solve this? Please help me...
Sounds like you either need to upgrade your frame rate so you can track the cars incrementally, that is, their motion between frames is less than a car length so you can infer the same car because it was in the previous frame and couldn't have moved more than a certain distance between frames. If you can find partial cars, you can track them entering and exiting the frame as well. Otherwise, it seems you need a way to uniquely identify the cars in the frame. Color (assuming you're capturing color) could be used but that's, obviously, not robust since cars can be the same color and it's prone to lighting problems. Even if you can identify features of the cars, it's not entirely robust since tens of thousands of identical (at least from an exterior perspective) roll off the assembly lines each year.
If you don't have the data, you're just another a**hole with an opinion.
I have am trying to find the difference between factor and coefficient. Searching shows they both are used a lot but I have been unable to find a good comparison of the two (various online dictionary definitions aren't a lot of help). What I have been able to find implies they are the same - the coefficient of friction (ratio of tangential force to the perpendicular normal force) and drag factor (total acceleration force divided by weight). Each results in a multiplicative number. What am I missing? What is the difference?
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