> Khoo: > Thanks for the abundance of information you gave ;-) I love listing > all the possible solutions for a multitude of possible situations, but > right now I'm short of time so I'll have to ask you to narrow it down. > Is the scene IDENTICAL between the two images and the only thing that > is different is the size? If so, just use imresize or interp2. > Do the scenes differ (meaning at the edges of the images)? You can > only use the part of the picture that is common between them to figure > out how to scale it of course. If there's no common part of the > scene, then you're totally out of luck obviously. > Will you tolerate any manual input, such as a user hand picking > landmarks? > Where did you post your images? > Has the one image been rotated, translated, or warped compared to the > second image? > WHY doesn't imresize work for you? Can you explain why not? > How do you define "template" and "reference"? They seem kind of the > same to me. > Do you have the image processing toolbox? > Did you try any of their demos, such as this one: "Finding the > Rotation and Scale of a Distorted Image" > Good luck, > ImageAnalyst
hmmm...actually the image is like that, i got one target image, and one template image,before the image rotated, i wan change the template image to the same scale like target image..then i can rescale the template image, before do any rotation angle find..