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I am on the final year project of my Computer Science degree course and so far the only thing I have the most trouble with is my final year project.
I am working on a computer vision project using the OpenCV sdk to create a program which can detect and recognise the different expressions on a user's face.
All I have managed so far to achieve is to get the samples provided with OpenCV to run. I have read through several tutorials on the subject but failed to get even the most basic of programs to run successfully. I have to hand in the work for may so the deadline is fast approaching and have other things I need to work on in the mean time.
If there is anyone who has experience in this area their assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Posted 1-Apr-12 4:55am
SAKryukov 1-Apr-12 11:25am
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Solution 1

Nobody is going to do your work for you, and if this is supposed to be complete for May, then you have left it rather late to complete. There are lots of articles available on the internet via Google[^] but, as I advised another poster today, it is no good downloading code from the internet and expecting it to magically solve your problem. The first thing you need to do is to understand how the code is supposed to work and then write your own classes and their properties and methods to make that happen.
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I think you should read this[^]

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