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Topic: How to scaling two image?
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khoo

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Registered: 8/9/08
Re: How to scaling two image?
Posted: Apr 19, 2009 11:31 PM
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> khoo:
> I thought Dave already made a good long attempt to help you in your
> duplicate post (they're the same pair of images). If you need more
> help than Dave or youself can provide, then perhaps you can hire a
> consultant. You didn't even answer my questions for some reason. Can
> you say why you didn't respond, not just once but twice? They would
> be the same questions that any consultant you hire would ask. Looks
> like even Dave has given up on this thread so I'm going to also. If
> you can't respond to our attempts to help you then the best I can do
> is wish you...
> good luck,
> ImageAnalyst
> OK - I'll give you one more lead that may help you (I don't remember
> if I mentioned it in your duplicate post earlier this month). These
> people from McGill use the Hausdorf distance to pattern match a jet in
> an image
> http://cgm.cs.mcgill.ca/~godfried/teaching/cg-projects/98/normand/main.html
> Since one of your images looks to be a small chunk of your larger
> image and it's rotated, then perhaps following the example of the
> McGill folks might work for you. But I don't know if that's the best
> algorithm, since there are many, many pattern recognition algorithms
> (http://iris.usc.edu/Vision-Notes/bibliography/
> contentspattern.html#Pattern%20Recognition,%20Clustering,%20Statistics,
> %20Grammars,%20Learning,%20Neural%20Nets,%20Genetic%20Algorithms). I
> can't really write a turnkey, robust algorithm for you. Even if I had
> the time (which I don't), you only provided one pair of images. Who's
> to say that some complicated algorithm that someone developed to work
> with that image would work with others?


> > > Will you tolerate any manual input, such as a user hand picking
> > > landmarks?

nope..i jz wan to rescale it exact same size like target image

> > > Where did you post your images?
had been post in previous post..

> > > Has the one image been rotated, translated, or warped compared to the
> > > second image?


nope..it will come before the two images go in rotational count

> > > WHY doesn't imresize work for you? =A0Can you explain why not?
it wll make the image intensity lose..cause i want is change magnification

> > > 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"


see ady..but not use for me...



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