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Android Application Programming with OpenCV by Joseph Howse

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Setting up a development environment

Basically, we have a choice among the following approaches:

  1. Install a prepackaged, preconfigured development environment that contains all the components we need.
  2. Install various components separately and configure them to work together. Within this approach, we may do either of the following:
    • Use a prepackaged, preconfigured version of OpenCV
    • Configure and build OpenCV from source

Let's look at each of these alternatives in detail.

Getting a ready-made development environment – Tegra Android Development Pack (TAPD)

Tegra Android Development Pack (TADP) contains a complete, preconfigured development environment for Android, OpenCV, and some other libraries. TADP builds apps that are optimized for NVIDIA's Tegra processors. ...

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