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Non rigid Image Registration

Take a look at imregdemons in the image processing toolbox.

Non rigid Image Registration

Take a look at imregdemons in the image processing toolbox.

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How to align two images which are only several pixels away in vertical direction?

Also look at imregcorr. It uses phase correlation and is easier to use than imregister. I'd start there.

How to align two images which are only several pixels away in vertical direction?

Also look at imregcorr. It uses phase correlation and is easier to use than imregister. I'd start there.

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Image Resistration Code Optimization

Take a look at imregcorr. Do you have initial conditions for the expected transformation? If so, this will speed up imregister.

Image Resistration Code Optimization

Take a look at imregcorr. Do you have initial conditions for the expected transformation? If so, this will speed up imregister.

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Shifting problem in output results when using affine tformarray interpolation with DICOM images

In the default coordinate system used for images in MATLAB, the center of the first pixel is (1,1,1), which implies that the UL ...

Shifting problem in output results when using affine tformarray interpolation with DICOM images

In the default coordinate system used for images in MATLAB, the center of the first pixel is (1,1,1), which implies that the UL ...

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i want to know the pixel intensity value in an image but it gives different results using data cursor and command.which one is correct? and why it is showing differently?

Impixelinfo is reporting in x,y convention. You are indexing in row,col. Index A(y,x) and this should resolve the issue.

i want to know the pixel intensity value in an image but it gives different results using data cursor and command.which one is correct? and why it is showing differently?

Impixelinfo is reporting in x,y convention. You are indexing in row,col. Index A(y,x) and this should resolve the issue.

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fitgeotrans does not align my image

Use the 'outputView' name/value option when calling imwarp, as is shown in the examples for fitgeotrans. This will fix the issue...

fitgeotrans does not align my image

Use the 'outputView' name/value option when calling imwarp, as is shown in the examples for fitgeotrans. This will fix the issue...

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How to convert an image to the cartesian X,Y coordinates?

If what you are trying to do is reference a 2-D image to a cartesian coordinate system, you should look at the class imref2d tha...

How to convert an image to the cartesian X,Y coordinates?

If what you are trying to do is reference a 2-D image to a cartesian coordinate system, you should look at the class imref2d tha...

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Image stitching using a rigid transformation

Let's see some images, please. Also, let's see what you have tried to do so far...

Image stitching using a rigid transformation

Let's see some images, please. Also, let's see what you have tried to do so far...

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How does imregister work?

Hi Kahaki, This question keeps coming up, so I will see if there is something better we can do in the documentation. In the m...

How does imregister work?

Hi Kahaki, This question keeps coming up, so I will see if there is something better we can do in the documentation. In the m...

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how can I warp an image using HS optic flow

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/23708-using-optical-flow-to-warp-an-image Essentially, you are going to going ...

how can I warp an image using HS optic flow

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/23708-using-optical-flow-to-warp-an-image Essentially, you are going to going ...

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How to Match two images using Matlab?

Any chance you'd be willing to share the original photos you posted of the beach scene? I'd like to post a response to your ques...

How to Match two images using Matlab?

Any chance you'd be willing to share the original photos you posted of the beach scene? I'd like to post a response to your ques...

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How to "createMask" using "impoly" when two images are shown together in one axes by using 'AlphaData'?

http://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/imroi.html#imroi-delete If you look at the documentation for create mask, you can op...

How to "createMask" using "impoly" when two images are shown together in one axes by using 'AlphaData'?

http://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/imroi.html#imroi-delete If you look at the documentation for create mask, you can op...

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Getting problem in edge detection function, i myself mistakenly named a file edge.m, created my self, now whenever i use edge function in any of the file, it just close the tool, i deleted the file, and also reinstalled matlab, in other directory..

Type: Which -all edge Delete or rename your version of edge.

Getting problem in edge detection function, i myself mistakenly named a file edge.m, created my self, now whenever i use edge function in any of the file, it just close the tool, i deleted the file, and also reinstalled matlab, in other directory..

Type: Which -all edge Delete or rename your version of edge.

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function in matlab for registration

Also, imregcorr was introduced in R2014a in the Image Processing Toolbox. It uses a phase correlation based approach that is oft...

function in matlab for registration

Also, imregcorr was introduced in R2014a in the Image Processing Toolbox. It uses a phase correlation based approach that is oft...

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what exactly happend when you use the command imresize?

This question has essentially been asked before: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/82893-how-does-the-function-i...

what exactly happend when you use the command imresize?

This question has essentially been asked before: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/82893-how-does-the-function-i...

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How can I detect small (less than 1° ) rotations using FFT phase correlation?

If you have R2014a and the Image Processing Toolbox? You should look at imregcorr. It implements phase correlation based registr...

How can I detect small (less than 1° ) rotations using FFT phase correlation?

If you have R2014a and the Image Processing Toolbox? You should look at imregcorr. It implements phase correlation based registr...

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What happened to the Color Thresholder App in the Image Processing Toolbox?

The colorThresholder is an R2014a feature of the Image Processing Toolbox. You will need the newest release which came out a wee...

What happened to the Color Thresholder App in the Image Processing Toolbox?

The colorThresholder is an R2014a feature of the Image Processing Toolbox. You will need the newest release which came out a wee...

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How to use maketform to get affine transform?

1) Why not just use fitgeotrans to construct your transformation from a set of matched control points? 2) What is inv(A)' ? ...

How to use maketform to get affine transform?

1) Why not just use fitgeotrans to construct your transformation from a set of matched control points? 2) What is inv(A)' ? ...

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How can I find a continuous path through the central part of an image?

Look at bwdistgeodesic for finding constrained geodesic paths.

How can I find a continuous path through the central part of an image?

Look at bwdistgeodesic for finding constrained geodesic paths.

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Translation info from imregtform?

What you want is to use the 'OutputView' Name-value pair of imwarp with a value equal to the spatial referencing of the fixed i...

Translation info from imregtform?

What you want is to use the 'OutputView' Name-value pair of imwarp with a value equal to the spatial referencing of the fixed i...

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Re-using an overlayed image?

Take a look at imfuse in the image processing toolbox. If you use the 'blend' display option, the resulting image output will be...

Re-using an overlayed image?

Take a look at imfuse in the image processing toolbox. If you use the 'blend' display option, the resulting image output will be...

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how to take image as a user input from folder?

Depending on your exact use case, I'd also recommend looking at the imsave and imputfile functions exposed by the Image Processi...

how to take image as a user input from folder?

Depending on your exact use case, I'd also recommend looking at the imsave and imputfile functions exposed by the Image Processi...

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Plot the intensity profile of an image

If you have the Image Processing Toolbox: http://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/improfile.html

Plot the intensity profile of an image

If you have the Image Processing Toolbox: http://www.mathworks.com/help/images/ref/improfile.html

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How to draw correct path for this image

The Image Processing Toolbox functions bwdistgeodesic and graydist can be used to solve this problem. This is explored in the fo...

How to draw correct path for this image

The Image Processing Toolbox functions bwdistgeodesic and graydist can be used to solve this problem. This is explored in the fo...

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Compare images and find the most similar

Image Analyst's answer is extremely computationally efficient and a good solution to the problem. If it happened that you had ad...

Compare images and find the most similar

Image Analyst's answer is extremely computationally efficient and a good solution to the problem. If it happened that you had ad...

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why I have Nan value in resampling image?

Imresize, like all geometric transformation operations, uses resampling to define output values that do not lie at integral pixe...

why I have Nan value in resampling image?

Imresize, like all geometric transformation operations, uses resampling to define output values that do not lie at integral pixe...

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i hav 384 images.using a for loop i read an img& apply transform on it & store the result in variable named res1 & next i read 2nd img & apply transform on it & store result in variable res2 &so on for rest images.how do i implement this in for loop

This concept of storing each result in a separate named variable is not very "MATLAB-like". It would be more in model to represe...

i hav 384 images.using a for loop i read an img& apply transform on it & store the result in variable named res1 & next i read 2nd img & apply transform on it & store result in variable res2 &so on for rest images.how do i implement this in for loop

This concept of storing each result in a separate named variable is not very "MATLAB-like". It would be more in model to represe...

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why I have Nan value in resampling image?

This is the second post I've seen recently on imresample. Is the reason you are using this function that you don't have the Imag...

why I have Nan value in resampling image?

This is the second post I've seen recently on imresample. Is the reason you are using this function that you don't have the Imag...

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