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The open source computer vision library (OpenCV) [22] is a promising tool for developing most of computer vision and image processing algorithms.
[22] OpenCV: Open Source Computer Vision library,
Mimas C++ Real-time Computer Vision Library, Available from: Accessed: 2008-07-01
Intel Corp has released the first Linux version of its Open Source Computer Vision Library.
For the optimization of the software we used Intel's Open Source Computer Vision Library. In this case the computation time was 391ms, which is 166 times slower than the FPGA implementation.
The vision algorithm is implemented using OpenCV, an open source computer vision library (OpenCV, 2007).
First, the camera calibration is done offline using the Intel open source computer vision library OpenCV.
Intel Open Source Computer Vision Library, Available from:, Accessed: 2007-05-10
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