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On Feb 10, 12:44 pm, 'NIcholas ' <dsfa.@aol.com> wrote: > I want to run a loop like this > for i=1:100 >. do something. > pause; > end > > How do I detect the key the person pressed that broke the pause? In the example. Function message = pass_or_fail(StudentData) Exam_avg = mean(StudentData.Exam); if(Exam_avg >= 70) message = 'You pass!'; else message = 'You fail!'; end return; 7.2. Input assertion routines Good programming style dictates. Clc clear M=100; Re=5000; L=0.444; dx=L/M; x(1)=0; for i=1:M; x(i+1)=x(i)+dx; delta(i)=5*x(i+1)/((Re)^0.5) end plot(x(1:M),delta) %axis equal grid on title('Relationship between Boundary Layer Thicknes and Reynolds Number.
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Canny edge detector algorithm matlab codes This part gives the algorithm of Canny edge detector. The outputs are. six subfigures shown in the same figure: Subfigure 1: The initial "lena". Subfigure 2: Edge detection along X- axis direction. Subfigure 3: Edge detection along Y- axis direction. Subfigure 4: The Norm of the image gradient. Subfigure 5: The Norm of the gradient after thresholding.
Subfigure 6: The edges detected by thinning. The matlab codes. The main. m file %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%.
The algorithm parameters. Parameters of edge detecting filters. X- axis direction filter. Nx. 1=1. 0; Sigmax.
Nx. 2=1. 0; Sigmax. Theta. 1=pi/2. % Y- axis direction filter. Ny. 1=1. 0; Sigmay. Ny. 2=1. 0; Sigmay. Theta. 2=0. % 2. The thresholding parameter alfa. Get the initial image lena. Image: lena. gif').
X- axis direction edge detection. Nx. 1,Sigmax. 1,Nx. Sigmax. 2,Theta. 1). Ix= conv. 2(w,filterx,'same'). Y- axis direction edge detection. Ny. 1,Sigmay. 1,Ny. Sigmay. 2,Theta. 2).
Iy=conv. 2(w,filtery,'same'). Norm of the gradient (Combining the X and Y directional derivatives). NVI=sqrt(Ix.*Ix+Iy.*Iy). Norm of Gradient'). I_max=max(max(NVI)). I_min=min(min(NVI)). I_max- I_min)+I_min.
Ibw=max(NVI,level.*ones(size(NVI))). After Thresholding').
Thinning (Using interpolation to find the pixels where the norms of. Ibw). if Ibw(i,j) > level. X=[- 1,0,+1; -1,0,+1; -1,0,+1]. Y=[- 1,- 1,- 1; 0,0,0; +1,+1,+1]. Z=[Ibw(i- 1,j- 1),Ibw(i- 1,j),Ibw(i- 1,j+1).
Ibw(i,j- 1),Ibw(i,j),Ibw(i,j+1). Ibw(i+1,j- 1),Ibw(i+1,j),Ibw(i+1,j+1)]. XI=[Ix(i,j)/NVI(i,j), - Ix(i,j)/NVI(i,j)]. YI=[Iy(i,j)/NVI(i,j), - Iy(i,j)/NVI(i,j)]. ZI=interp. 2(X,Y,Z,XI,YI).
Ibw(i,j) > = ZI(1) & Ibw(i,j) > = ZI(2). I_temp(i,j)=I_max. I_temp(i,j)=I_min. I_temp(i,j)=I_min. I_temp). title('After Thinning').
End of the main. m file %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%. The functions used in the main.
Function "d. 2dgauss. This function returns a 2. D edge detector (first order derivative. D Gaussian function) with size n. Function "gauss. m".
Function "dgauss. Back End of document.