Practical Python and OpenCV by Adrian RosebrockThe book has a lot of problems. When. It should show you the results of the code it shows you theory or more code and when it needs theory it has those results which made it full of scrolling back and forth to read this book. The language is lucid but some explanation of image terms is needed like gradient. In the beginning it seems more like a EXAMPLES OF OPENCV IN PYTHON rather than a Practical guide. But towards the end it worked well in that area. Overall its a good read for beginners like me.
How Men's Brains Are Wired Differently than Women's
At the very beginning of history God said, ” 'Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.' So God created man in his own image, in the.
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When it comes to romantic relationships, communication is the "Big C Word" that everyone talks about but few seem to be able to master. Whether it's personality, familial, or gender differences, there always seems to be something standing in the way of perfect communication. But hey, a relationship with perfect communication would be boring, right? Whatever your mastery of this skill may be, there is always more to know and improvements to make. One of the most significant factors in communication differences is gender. Men and women naturally think differently, and while this can be examined from many perspectives, one that has recently caught my eye is the "waffle vs.
Men aren't from Mars and women aren't from Venus, but their brains really are wired differently, a new study suggests. The research, which involved imaging the brains of nearly 1, adolescents, found that male brains had more connections within hemispheres, whereas female brains were more connected between hemispheres. The results, which apply to the population as a whole and not individuals, suggest that male brains may be optimized for motor skills, and female brains may be optimized for combining analytical and intuitive thinking. But Verma cautioned against making sweeping generalizations about men and women based on the results. Previous studies have found behavioral differences between men and women.
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