Application of deep learning and computer vision frameworks for solving video context prediction problem

D. Voloshyn


Authors describe an application for solving video context detection problem. Application architecture use state-of-the-art deap learning TensorFlow framework together with the computer vision library OpenCV in isolated agent environment. The experimental results are shown to demonstrate the effectiveness of developed product.

Problems in programming 2016; 2-3: 164-169


deep learning; tensorflow; computer vision; video context prediction

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