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Recent content by mmelek1

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    About partitioning dataset

    Hi I found some methods here: in section 8.2
  2. M

    About partitioning dataset

    No, I couldn't find any.
  3. M

    About partitioning dataset

    OK, thanks. I'll try to get it.
  4. M

    About partitioning dataset

    Thanks But I can't find crossvar, where did you find it?
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    learn image processing

    A good book is Digital Image Processing by Gonzalez & Woods
  6. M

    how to earn money through internet

    Try sites like this https://bux.to
  7. M

    About partitioning dataset

    Good question. I also need to know that.
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    Program in C that seeks and memorize two maximums in an array

    Re: help C First, you need to set max1_index, otherwise you can't say if (array[i] > max1_index)
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    C++ code for Fuzzy Logic Control

    Have you tried google code?
  10. M

    reading image data in C or C++

    Try using openCV
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    Probably a trivial C question

    const int size =5; int temp; int x[size]={2, 6, 1, 7, 9}; for(int i=0;i<size-1;i++) for(int j=i+1;j<size;j++) if(x[i]<x[j]){temp=x[i];x[i]=x[j];x[j]=temp;} for(i=0;i<5;i++)cout<<x[i];
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    C++ programs for calculating factorial and fibonacci series using stack

    i need help........ You don't need a stack for these operations. Recursion is perfect for both
  13. M

    Ideas for thesis in electronics and communication engineering

    finding proposal What are the subjects that you like?
  14. M

    What is the new topics in image processing ?

    Try searching IEEE explore, select the date and the magazines, transactions, or proceedings about image processing.
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    Which Matlab function can count the time consumption of a Matlab M-script?

    Need Matlab Function Or better use: t1=cputime; t2=cputime-t1 cputime gives you the time consumed by matlab only. tic and toc give you time in general

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