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Topic: How to display a 'displacement field' or 'displacement vector' in Matlab?
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Re: How to display a 'displacement field' or 'displacement vector' in Matlab?
Posted: Aug 6, 2012 10:49 PM
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Hi Aaronne,

Do u manage to solve this prob? Im looking on how to display the displacement field too. Hope you can guide me. Thanks.


"Aaronne" wrote in message <j355lj$pt$>...
> Hi All,
> I am doing a non-rigid image registration project, and just came across a question that how to display a 'displacement field' or 'displacement vector' in Matlab?
> I found some similar question at:
> without a good solution.
> Basically, we have got two two images (2D or 3D) in same size. And by using the registration we can get a 'displacement field' which will transform the coordinates of one image to another. Examples of the graph of the 'displacement field' is here in 2D:
> [IMG][/IMG]
> and in 3D:
> I am not asking a complete set of Matlab codes or implementation. But could you guys give me any ideas where should I start or maybe some existing codes I can borrow to develop my own.
> Thanks very much!
> Aaronne.

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