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Topic: Finding center of overlaping "circles"
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bjarkmar

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Registered: 11/3/08
Finding center of overlaping "circles"
Posted: Nov 3, 2008 7:50 AM
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I want to find the center of two circle-like objects that overlaps a little bit. The problem is that large parts of the circles are missing, becoming more of moon shapes, therefore a center of mass approach isn't useful. Distance mapping also gives wrong center.
The method can be approximative but should be robust.
Any tips or ideas is welcome.



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