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Objective vision
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Objective-Vision is a Human (Natural) Visionary simulation Project developed by EN. Michael Bidollahkhany. One of important parts of this project is O.V.C.(Objective Vision Class library), that companies and scientists can use algorithms in their projects and develop them under MIT copy-right license. The class library and Developer's kit of project is used for researches based on natural visionary system, and image processing, optimization and description with most upgraded and near Techniques. For example, taking a picture of a jungle, or taking a picture of somewhere, with this library developer will be able to manipulate not only the pixel of images for mining data, but automatically based on which algorithm he is using and image quality, he can manipulate directly a list of objects, s
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Objective Vision
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Objective-Vision is a Human (Natural) Visionary simulation Project developed by EN. Michael Bidollahkhany. One of important parts of this project is O.V.C.(Objective Vision Class library), that companies and scientists can use algorithms in their projects and develop them under MIT copy-right license. The class library and Developer's kit of project is used for researches based on natural visionary system, and image processing, optimization and description with most upgraded and near Techniques. For example, taking a picture of a jungle, or taking a picture of somewhere, with this library developer will be able to manipulate not only the pixel of images for mining data, but automatically based on which algorithm he is using and image quality, he can manipulate directly a list of objects, same pixels and every data project needs to have.
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v. 0.7.2016AUG30
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Under Development, with associated of Professors and Scientific Societies ofGUILAN University(IRAN)
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"O.V.C" or "O.O.V."
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En. Michael Bidollahkhany
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2016
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