Caffe + vs2013 + OpenCV in Windows Tutorial (II)

This post is a small example of start caffe from Visual Studio. Usually caffe is called from command window for simplicity. Yet with Visual Studio, step into/over codes line by line make the Debugging much straight forward. All codes are written in the “train-MNIST” project. “SolverParameter solver_param” reads the solver’s configuration from a .prototxt file. A … More Caffe + vs2013 + OpenCV in Windows Tutorial (II)

Caffe + vs2013 + OpenCV in Windows Tutorial (II) – Use caffe in vs2013

If you have the code compiled from the previous post: Caffe + vs2013 + OpenCV in Windows Tutorial (I) – Setup. Now you can use caffe in the following two ways: Use the caffe.exe from cmd. The main function came from the “caffe/tools/caffe.cpp” file, which can be used for batch training and testing. For example the … More Caffe + vs2013 + OpenCV in Windows Tutorial (II) – Use caffe in vs2013

Caffe + vs2013 + OpenCV in Windows Tutorial (I) – Setup

The purpose of this series it to get caffe working in windows in the most quick and dirty way: I’ll provide 1) the modified file that can be compiled in windows right away; 2) the vs2013 project that I’m currently using. In short: Install CUDA, Boost, OpenCV. Download caffe code with vs2013 from GitHub. Download … More Caffe + vs2013 + OpenCV in Windows Tutorial (I) – Setup

Build Caffe in Windows with Visual Studio 2013 + CUDA 6.5 + OpenCV 2.4.9

Caffe is a deep learning framework popular in Linux with Python or Matlab interface. I just managed to compile Caffe in Windows, and I think it’s worth sharing. niuzhiheng’s GitHub was of great help. This repository is organized in a way that future update merging from Caffe’s GitHub would be very straight forward. For quick setup and … More Build Caffe in Windows with Visual Studio 2013 + CUDA 6.5 + OpenCV 2.4.9