OpenCV  3.3.0-dev
Open Source Computer Vision
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Basic structures

Namespaces

 cv::traits
 

Classes

class  cv::_InputArray
 This is the proxy class for passing read-only input arrays into OpenCV functions. More...
 
class  cv::_InputOutputArray
 
class  cv::_OutputArray
 This type is very similar to InputArray except that it is used for input/output and output function parameters. More...
 
class  cv::Algorithm
 This is a base class for all more or less complex algorithms in OpenCV. More...
 
class  cv::Complex< _Tp >
 A complex number class. More...
 
class  cv::DataDepth< _Tp >
 A helper class for cv::DataType. More...
 
class  cv::DataType< _Tp >
 Template "trait" class for OpenCV primitive data types. More...
 
class  cv::DMatch
 Class for matching keypoint descriptors. More...
 
class  cv::Formatted
 
class  cv::Formatter
 
class  cv::KeyPoint
 Data structure for salient point detectors. More...
 
class  cv::Mat
 n-dimensional dense array class More...
 
class  cv::Mat_< _Tp >
 Template matrix class derived from Mat. More...
 
class  cv::MatAllocator
 Custom array allocator. More...
 
class  cv::MatCommaInitializer_< _Tp >
 Comma-separated Matrix Initializer. More...
 
class  cv::MatConstIterator
 
class  cv::MatConstIterator_< _Tp >
 Matrix read-only iterator. More...
 
class  cv::MatExpr
 Matrix expression representation. More...
 
class  cv::MatIterator_< _Tp >
 Matrix read-write iterator. More...
 
class  cv::MatOp
 
struct  cv::MatSize
 
struct  cv::MatStep
 
class  cv::Matx< _Tp, m, n >
 Template class for small matrices whose type and size are known at compilation time. More...
 
class  cv::MatxCommaInitializer< _Tp, m, n >
 Comma-separated Matrix Initializer. More...
 
class  cv::NAryMatIterator
 n-ary multi-dimensional array iterator. More...
 
struct  cv::Param
 
struct  cv::ParamType< _Tp >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< Algorithm >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< bool >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< double >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< float >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< Mat >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< std::vector< Mat > >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< String >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< uchar >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< uint64 >
 
struct  cv::ParamType< unsigned >
 
class  cv::Point3_< _Tp >
 Template class for 3D points specified by its coordinates x, y and z. More...
 
class  cv::Point_< _Tp >
 Template class for 2D points specified by its coordinates x and y. More...
 
struct  cv::Ptr< T >
 Template class for smart pointers with shared ownership. More...
 
class  cv::Range
 Template class specifying a continuous subsequence (slice) of a sequence. More...
 
class  cv::Rect_< _Tp >
 Template class for 2D rectangles. More...
 
class  cv::RotatedRect
 The class represents rotated (i.e. not up-right) rectangles on a plane. More...
 
class  cv::Scalar_< _Tp >
 Template class for a 4-element vector derived from Vec. More...
 
class  cv::Size_< _Tp >
 Template class for specifying the size of an image or rectangle. More...
 
class  cv::SparseMat
 The class SparseMat represents multi-dimensional sparse numerical arrays. More...
 
class  cv::SparseMat_< _Tp >
 Template sparse n-dimensional array class derived from SparseMat. More...
 
class  cv::SparseMatConstIterator
 Read-Only Sparse Matrix Iterator. More...
 
class  cv::SparseMatConstIterator_< _Tp >
 Template Read-Only Sparse Matrix Iterator Class. More...
 
class  cv::SparseMatIterator
 Read-write Sparse Matrix Iterator. More...
 
class  cv::SparseMatIterator_< _Tp >
 Template Read-Write Sparse Matrix Iterator Class. More...
 
class  cv::String
 
class  cv::TermCriteria
 The class defining termination criteria for iterative algorithms. More...
 
class  cv::UMat
 
struct  cv::UMatData
 
struct  cv::UMatDataAutoLock
 
class  cv::Vec< _Tp, cn >
 Template class for short numerical vectors, a partial case of Matx. More...
 
class  cv::VecCommaInitializer< _Tp, m >
 Comma-separated Vec Initializer. More...
 

Typedefs

typedef Complex< double > cv::Complexd
 
typedef Complex< float > cv::Complexf
 
typedef InputArray cv::InputArrayOfArrays
 
typedef const _InputOutputArraycv::InputOutputArray
 
typedef InputOutputArray cv::InputOutputArrayOfArrays
 
typedef Mat_< ucharcv::Mat1b
 
typedef Mat_< double > cv::Mat1d
 
typedef Mat_< float > cv::Mat1f
 
typedef Mat_< int > cv::Mat1i
 
typedef Mat_< short > cv::Mat1s
 
typedef Mat_< ushortcv::Mat1w
 
typedef Mat_< Vec2bcv::Mat2b
 
typedef Mat_< Vec2dcv::Mat2d
 
typedef Mat_< Vec2fcv::Mat2f
 
typedef Mat_< Vec2icv::Mat2i
 
typedef Mat_< Vec2scv::Mat2s
 
typedef Mat_< Vec2wcv::Mat2w
 
typedef Mat_< Vec3bcv::Mat3b
 
typedef Mat_< Vec3dcv::Mat3d
 
typedef Mat_< Vec3fcv::Mat3f
 
typedef Mat_< Vec3icv::Mat3i
 
typedef Mat_< Vec3scv::Mat3s
 
typedef Mat_< Vec3wcv::Mat3w
 
typedef Mat_< Vec4bcv::Mat4b
 
typedef Mat_< Vec4dcv::Mat4d
 
typedef Mat_< Vec4fcv::Mat4f
 
typedef Mat_< Vec4icv::Mat4i
 
typedef Mat_< Vec4scv::Mat4s
 
typedef Mat_< Vec4wcv::Mat4w
 
typedef Matx< double, 1, 2 > cv::Matx12d
 
typedef Matx< float, 1, 2 > cv::Matx12f
 
typedef Matx< double, 1, 3 > cv::Matx13d
 
typedef Matx< float, 1, 3 > cv::Matx13f
 
typedef Matx< double, 1, 4 > cv::Matx14d
 
typedef Matx< float, 1, 4 > cv::Matx14f
 
typedef Matx< double, 1, 6 > cv::Matx16d
 
typedef Matx< float, 1, 6 > cv::Matx16f
 
typedef Matx< double, 2, 1 > cv::Matx21d
 
typedef Matx< float, 2, 1 > cv::Matx21f
 
typedef Matx< double, 2, 2 > cv::Matx22d
 
typedef Matx< float, 2, 2 > cv::Matx22f
 
typedef Matx< double, 2, 3 > cv::Matx23d
 
typedef Matx< float, 2, 3 > cv::Matx23f
 
typedef Matx< double, 3, 1 > cv::Matx31d
 
typedef Matx< float, 3, 1 > cv::Matx31f
 
typedef Matx< double, 3, 2 > cv::Matx32d
 
typedef Matx< float, 3, 2 > cv::Matx32f
 
typedef Matx< double, 3, 3 > cv::Matx33d
 
typedef Matx< float, 3, 3 > cv::Matx33f
 
typedef Matx< double, 3, 4 > cv::Matx34d
 
typedef Matx< float, 3, 4 > cv::Matx34f
 
typedef Matx< double, 4, 1 > cv::Matx41d
 
typedef Matx< float, 4, 1 > cv::Matx41f
 
typedef Matx< double, 4, 3 > cv::Matx43d
 
typedef Matx< float, 4, 3 > cv::Matx43f
 
typedef Matx< double, 4, 4 > cv::Matx44d
 
typedef Matx< float, 4, 4 > cv::Matx44f
 
typedef Matx< double, 6, 1 > cv::Matx61d
 
typedef Matx< float, 6, 1 > cv::Matx61f
 
typedef Matx< double, 6, 6 > cv::Matx66d
 
typedef Matx< float, 6, 6 > cv::Matx66f
 
typedef const _OutputArraycv::OutputArray
 
typedef OutputArray cv::OutputArrayOfArrays
 
typedef Point2i cv::Point
 
typedef Point_< double > cv::Point2d
 
typedef Point_< float > cv::Point2f
 
typedef Point_< int > cv::Point2i
 
typedef Point_< int64cv::Point2l
 
typedef Point3_< double > cv::Point3d
 
typedef Point3_< float > cv::Point3f
 
typedef Point3_< int > cv::Point3i
 
typedef Rect2i cv::Rect
 
typedef Rect_< double > cv::Rect2d
 
typedef Rect_< float > cv::Rect2f
 
typedef Rect_< int > cv::Rect2i
 
typedef Scalar_< double > cv::Scalar
 
typedef Size2i cv::Size
 
typedef Size_< double > cv::Size2d
 
typedef Size_< float > cv::Size2f
 
typedef Size_< int > cv::Size2i
 
typedef Size_< int64cv::Size2l
 

Enumerations

enum  {
  cv::ACCESS_READ =1<<24,
  cv::ACCESS_WRITE =1<<25,
  cv::ACCESS_RW =3<<24,
  cv::ACCESS_MASK =ACCESS_RW,
  cv::ACCESS_FAST =1<<26
}
 
enum  cv::UMatUsageFlags {
  cv::USAGE_DEFAULT = 0,
  cv::USAGE_ALLOCATE_HOST_MEMORY = 1 << 0,
  cv::USAGE_ALLOCATE_DEVICE_MEMORY = 1 << 1,
  cv::USAGE_ALLOCATE_SHARED_MEMORY = 1 << 2,
  cv::__UMAT_USAGE_FLAGS_32BIT = 0x7fffffff
}
 Usage flags for allocator. More...
 

Functions

template<typename _Tp , int m>
static double cv::determinant (const Matx< _Tp, m, m > &a)
 
template<typename T >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr ()
 
template<typename T , typename A1 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3, const A4 &a4)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3, const A4 &a4, const A5 &a5)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3, const A4 &a4, const A5 &a5, const A6 &a6)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3, const A4 &a4, const A5 &a5, const A6 &a6, const A7 &a7)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 , typename A8 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3, const A4 &a4, const A5 &a5, const A6 &a6, const A7 &a7, const A8 &a8)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 , typename A8 , typename A9 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3, const A4 &a4, const A5 &a5, const A6 &a6, const A7 &a7, const A8 &a8, const A9 &a9)
 
template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 , typename A8 , typename A9 , typename A10 >
Ptr< Tcv::makePtr (const A1 &a1, const A2 &a2, const A3 &a3, const A4 &a4, const A5 &a5, const A6 &a6, const A7 &a7, const A8 &a8, const A9 &a9, const A10 &a10)
 
InputOutputArray cv::noArray ()
 
template<typename _Tp , int m, int n>
static double cv::norm (const Matx< _Tp, m, n > &M)
 
template<typename _Tp , int m, int n>
static double cv::norm (const Matx< _Tp, m, n > &M, int normType)
 
template<typename _Tp , int cn>
static Vec< _Tp, cn > cv::normalize (const Vec< _Tp, cn > &v)
 
template<typename T >
bool cv::operator!= (const Ptr< T > &ptr1, const Ptr< T > &ptr2)
 
static Stringcv::operator<< (String &out, Ptr< Formatted > fmtd)
 
static Stringcv::operator<< (String &out, const Mat &mtx)
 
template<typename T >
bool cv::operator== (const Ptr< T > &ptr1, const Ptr< T > &ptr2)
 
template<typename T >
void cv::swap (Ptr< T > &ptr1, Ptr< T > &ptr2)
 
template<typename _Tp , int m, int n>
static double cv::trace (const Matx< _Tp, m, n > &a)
 

Variables

CV__DEBUG_NS_END typedef const _InputArraycv::InputArray
 

Shorter aliases for the most popular specializations of Vec<T,n>

typedef Vec< uchar, 2 > cv::Vec2b
 
typedef Vec< uchar, 3 > cv::Vec3b
 
typedef Vec< uchar, 4 > cv::Vec4b
 
typedef Vec< short, 2 > cv::Vec2s
 
typedef Vec< short, 3 > cv::Vec3s
 
typedef Vec< short, 4 > cv::Vec4s
 
typedef Vec< ushort, 2 > cv::Vec2w
 
typedef Vec< ushort, 3 > cv::Vec3w
 
typedef Vec< ushort, 4 > cv::Vec4w
 
typedef Vec< int, 2 > cv::Vec2i
 
typedef Vec< int, 3 > cv::Vec3i
 
typedef Vec< int, 4 > cv::Vec4i
 
typedef Vec< int, 6 > cv::Vec6i
 
typedef Vec< int, 8 > cv::Vec8i
 
typedef Vec< float, 2 > cv::Vec2f
 
typedef Vec< float, 3 > cv::Vec3f
 
typedef Vec< float, 4 > cv::Vec4f
 
typedef Vec< float, 6 > cv::Vec6f
 
typedef Vec< double, 2 > cv::Vec2d
 
typedef Vec< double, 3 > cv::Vec3d
 
typedef Vec< double, 4 > cv::Vec4d
 
typedef Vec< double, 6 > cv::Vec6d
 

Detailed Description

Typedef Documentation

§ Complexd

typedef Complex<double> cv::Complexd

§ Complexf

typedef Complex<float> cv::Complexf

§ InputArrayOfArrays

§ InputOutputArray

§ InputOutputArrayOfArrays

§ Mat1b

typedef Mat_<uchar> cv::Mat1b

§ Mat1d

typedef Mat_<double> cv::Mat1d

§ Mat1f

typedef Mat_<float> cv::Mat1f

§ Mat1i

typedef Mat_<int> cv::Mat1i

§ Mat1s

typedef Mat_<short> cv::Mat1s

§ Mat1w

typedef Mat_<ushort> cv::Mat1w

§ Mat2b

typedef Mat_<Vec2b> cv::Mat2b

§ Mat2d

typedef Mat_<Vec2d> cv::Mat2d

§ Mat2f

typedef Mat_<Vec2f> cv::Mat2f

§ Mat2i

typedef Mat_<Vec2i> cv::Mat2i

§ Mat2s

typedef Mat_<Vec2s> cv::Mat2s

§ Mat2w

typedef Mat_<Vec2w> cv::Mat2w

§ Mat3b

typedef Mat_<Vec3b> cv::Mat3b

§ Mat3d

typedef Mat_<Vec3d> cv::Mat3d

§ Mat3f

typedef Mat_<Vec3f> cv::Mat3f

§ Mat3i

typedef Mat_<Vec3i> cv::Mat3i

§ Mat3s

typedef Mat_<Vec3s> cv::Mat3s

§ Mat3w

typedef Mat_<Vec3w> cv::Mat3w

§ Mat4b

typedef Mat_<Vec4b> cv::Mat4b

§ Mat4d

typedef Mat_<Vec4d> cv::Mat4d

§ Mat4f

typedef Mat_<Vec4f> cv::Mat4f

§ Mat4i

typedef Mat_<Vec4i> cv::Mat4i

§ Mat4s

typedef Mat_<Vec4s> cv::Mat4s

§ Mat4w

typedef Mat_<Vec4w> cv::Mat4w

§ Matx12d

typedef Matx<double, 1, 2> cv::Matx12d

§ Matx12f

typedef Matx<float, 1, 2> cv::Matx12f

§ Matx13d

typedef Matx<double, 1, 3> cv::Matx13d

§ Matx13f

typedef Matx<float, 1, 3> cv::Matx13f

§ Matx14d

typedef Matx<double, 1, 4> cv::Matx14d

§ Matx14f

typedef Matx<float, 1, 4> cv::Matx14f

§ Matx16d

typedef Matx<double, 1, 6> cv::Matx16d

§ Matx16f

typedef Matx<float, 1, 6> cv::Matx16f

§ Matx21d

typedef Matx<double, 2, 1> cv::Matx21d

§ Matx21f

typedef Matx<float, 2, 1> cv::Matx21f

§ Matx22d

typedef Matx<double, 2, 2> cv::Matx22d

§ Matx22f

typedef Matx<float, 2, 2> cv::Matx22f

§ Matx23d

typedef Matx<double, 2, 3> cv::Matx23d

§ Matx23f

typedef Matx<float, 2, 3> cv::Matx23f

§ Matx31d

typedef Matx<double, 3, 1> cv::Matx31d

§ Matx31f

typedef Matx<float, 3, 1> cv::Matx31f

§ Matx32d

typedef Matx<double, 3, 2> cv::Matx32d

§ Matx32f

typedef Matx<float, 3, 2> cv::Matx32f

§ Matx33d

typedef Matx<double, 3, 3> cv::Matx33d

§ Matx33f

typedef Matx<float, 3, 3> cv::Matx33f

§ Matx34d

typedef Matx<double, 3, 4> cv::Matx34d

§ Matx34f

typedef Matx<float, 3, 4> cv::Matx34f

§ Matx41d

typedef Matx<double, 4, 1> cv::Matx41d

§ Matx41f

typedef Matx<float, 4, 1> cv::Matx41f

§ Matx43d

typedef Matx<double, 4, 3> cv::Matx43d

§ Matx43f

typedef Matx<float, 4, 3> cv::Matx43f

§ Matx44d

typedef Matx<double, 4, 4> cv::Matx44d

§ Matx44f

typedef Matx<float, 4, 4> cv::Matx44f

§ Matx61d

typedef Matx<double, 6, 1> cv::Matx61d

§ Matx61f

typedef Matx<float, 6, 1> cv::Matx61f

§ Matx66d

typedef Matx<double, 6, 6> cv::Matx66d

§ Matx66f

typedef Matx<float, 6, 6> cv::Matx66f

§ OutputArray

typedef const _OutputArray& cv::OutputArray

§ OutputArrayOfArrays

§ Point

typedef Point2i cv::Point

§ Point2d

typedef Point_<double> cv::Point2d

§ Point2f

typedef Point_<float> cv::Point2f

§ Point2i

typedef Point_<int> cv::Point2i

§ Point2l

§ Point3d

typedef Point3_<double> cv::Point3d

§ Point3f

typedef Point3_<float> cv::Point3f

§ Point3i

typedef Point3_<int> cv::Point3i

§ Rect

typedef Rect2i cv::Rect

§ Rect2d

typedef Rect_<double> cv::Rect2d

§ Rect2f

typedef Rect_<float> cv::Rect2f

§ Rect2i

typedef Rect_<int> cv::Rect2i

§ Scalar

typedef Scalar_<double> cv::Scalar

§ Size

typedef Size2i cv::Size

§ Size2d

typedef Size_<double> cv::Size2d

§ Size2f

typedef Size_<float> cv::Size2f

§ Size2i

typedef Size_<int> cv::Size2i

§ Size2l

§ Vec2b

typedef Vec<uchar, 2> cv::Vec2b

§ Vec2d

typedef Vec<double, 2> cv::Vec2d

§ Vec2f

typedef Vec<float, 2> cv::Vec2f

§ Vec2i

typedef Vec<int, 2> cv::Vec2i

§ Vec2s

typedef Vec<short, 2> cv::Vec2s

§ Vec2w

typedef Vec<ushort, 2> cv::Vec2w

§ Vec3b

typedef Vec<uchar, 3> cv::Vec3b

§ Vec3d

typedef Vec<double, 3> cv::Vec3d

§ Vec3f

typedef Vec<float, 3> cv::Vec3f

§ Vec3i

typedef Vec<int, 3> cv::Vec3i

§ Vec3s

typedef Vec<short, 3> cv::Vec3s

§ Vec3w

typedef Vec<ushort, 3> cv::Vec3w

§ Vec4b

typedef Vec<uchar, 4> cv::Vec4b

§ Vec4d

typedef Vec<double, 4> cv::Vec4d

§ Vec4f

typedef Vec<float, 4> cv::Vec4f

§ Vec4i

typedef Vec<int, 4> cv::Vec4i

§ Vec4s

typedef Vec<short, 4> cv::Vec4s

§ Vec4w

typedef Vec<ushort, 4> cv::Vec4w

§ Vec6d

typedef Vec<double, 6> cv::Vec6d

§ Vec6f

typedef Vec<float, 6> cv::Vec6f

§ Vec6i

typedef Vec<int, 6> cv::Vec6i

§ Vec8i

typedef Vec<int, 8> cv::Vec8i

Enumeration Type Documentation

§ anonymous enum

anonymous enum
Enumerator
ACCESS_READ 
ACCESS_WRITE 
ACCESS_RW 
ACCESS_MASK 
ACCESS_FAST 

§ UMatUsageFlags

Usage flags for allocator.

Enumerator
USAGE_DEFAULT 
USAGE_ALLOCATE_HOST_MEMORY 
USAGE_ALLOCATE_DEVICE_MEMORY 
USAGE_ALLOCATE_SHARED_MEMORY 
__UMAT_USAGE_FLAGS_32BIT 

Function Documentation

§ determinant()

template<typename _Tp , int m>
static double cv::determinant ( const Matx< _Tp, m, m > &  a)
static

§ makePtr() [1/11]

template<typename T >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( )

makePtr<T>(...) is equivalent to Ptr<T>(new T(...)). It is shorter than the latter, and it's marginally safer than using a constructor or Ptr::reset, since it ensures that the owned pointer is new and thus not owned by any other Ptr instance. Unfortunately, perfect forwarding is impossible to implement in C++03, and so makePtr is limited to constructors of T that have up to 10 arguments, none of which are non-const references.

§ makePtr() [2/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [3/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [4/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [5/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3,
const A4 &  a4 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [6/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3,
const A4 &  a4,
const A5 &  a5 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [7/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3,
const A4 &  a4,
const A5 &  a5,
const A6 &  a6 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [8/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3,
const A4 &  a4,
const A5 &  a5,
const A6 &  a6,
const A7 &  a7 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [9/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 , typename A8 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3,
const A4 &  a4,
const A5 &  a5,
const A6 &  a6,
const A7 &  a7,
const A8 &  a8 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [10/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 , typename A8 , typename A9 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3,
const A4 &  a4,
const A5 &  a5,
const A6 &  a6,
const A7 &  a7,
const A8 &  a8,
const A9 &  a9 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ makePtr() [11/11]

template<typename T , typename A1 , typename A2 , typename A3 , typename A4 , typename A5 , typename A6 , typename A7 , typename A8 , typename A9 , typename A10 >
Ptr<T> cv::makePtr ( const A1 &  a1,
const A2 &  a2,
const A3 &  a3,
const A4 &  a4,
const A5 &  a5,
const A6 &  a6,
const A7 &  a7,
const A8 &  a8,
const A9 &  a9,
const A10 &  a10 
)

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.

§ noArray()

InputOutputArray cv::noArray ( )

§ norm() [1/2]

template<typename _Tp , int m, int n>
static double cv::norm ( const Matx< _Tp, m, n > &  M)
static

§ norm() [2/2]

template<typename _Tp , int m, int n>
static double cv::norm ( const Matx< _Tp, m, n > &  M,
int  normType 
)
static

§ normalize()

template<typename _Tp , int cn>
static Vec<_Tp, cn> cv::normalize ( const Vec< _Tp, cn > &  v)
static

§ operator!=()

template<typename T >
bool cv::operator!= ( const Ptr< T > &  ptr1,
const Ptr< T > &  ptr2 
)

§ operator<<() [1/2]

static String& cv::operator<< ( String out,
Ptr< Formatted fmtd 
)
inlinestatic

§ operator<<() [2/2]

static String& cv::operator<< ( String out,
const Mat mtx 
)
inlinestatic

§ operator==()

template<typename T >
bool cv::operator== ( const Ptr< T > &  ptr1,
const Ptr< T > &  ptr2 
)

Return whether ptr1.get() and ptr2.get() are equal and not equal, respectively.

§ swap()

template<typename T >
void cv::swap ( Ptr< T > &  ptr1,
Ptr< T > &  ptr2 
)

Equivalent to ptr1.swap(ptr2). Provided to help write generic algorithms.

Examples:
lkdemo.cpp, and warpPerspective_demo.cpp.

§ trace()

template<typename _Tp , int m, int n>
static double cv::trace ( const Matx< _Tp, m, n > &  a)
static

Variable Documentation

§ InputArray

CV__DEBUG_NS_END typedef const _InputArray& cv::InputArray
Examples:
pca.cpp.