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Center-symmetric local binary patterns (CSLBP)
An extension of Local Binary Pattern (LBP), that is quantized in nature. Used as descriptor.

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Euclidian Norm and Brightness between 2 images
You question is not quite clear, if you take the Euclidean norm between two images, then the formula you have written would retu...

3 years ago | 3

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How to select only one column from multiple matrices, to create a new matrix of them?
this should work str = 'acc_'; index = 1; final = zeros(2560,797); % declare your new matrix for i=1:797 new_st...

8 years ago | 1

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Threshold the matrix with vector
One possible way is .. lets us assume that N is 1 x n vector N = repmat(N,size(M,1),1); M_binary = M > N; or...

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Why Matlab publish code function show only the last figure of every cell?
If there are different plot figures then there should be *subplot* function, or if on one figure you have many curves, then af...

8 years ago | 0

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while using som how to cluster the data into three clusters?
Try using <http://www.vlfeat.org/ VLFEAT> matlab implementation for Clustering, it has many algorithms with tutorial and example...

8 years ago | 0

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Precision and Recall based on Matrix
As I understand, you have 10 copies for your each given searching image. So I try to do it with loops based on some assumptions ...

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How to find minimum or maximum value
min (matrix) return the minimum. If you have more then one matrix with different dimensions then you can do it like this. Let...

8 years ago | 0

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How to get the binary value inside the binary image?
Could you explain the example little more. Let say you have binary image *B*, it is already binary so you can convert into ar...

8 years ago | 2

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reduce the length by summing the bins
dear all, Let say I have matrix of Histograms, where each column is one histogram vector. What I want is to sum two bins each...

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How to these permutations?
Take a look over <http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/20011-nchoose-v2-1-mar-2010 this link>. This might be usef...

9 years ago | 1

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Compare two strings based on ASCII dictionary order
Can you give one example. As I understand, you can do it by compare operator. a = 'abd'; b = 'abc'; a <= b out...

9 years ago | 0

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image/ imagesc of matrix
A=randn(100,200); T=linspace(1,40,200); imagesc(A) datefmt = 'HH:MM'; %adjust as appropriate xticks = 1:20:20...

9 years ago | 1

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matrix
C = A * B; Just make sure that dimensions of A and B are consistent to be multiplied as Suggested by Wayne King above.

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image/ imagesc of matrix
could you share your code. For quick answer. You can change the x label by this. xlabel('This is the label caption'); ...

9 years ago | 1

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Averaging Matrix and store it in a new matrix
try this if it works for you. x = [1 2 3 4; 5 6 7 8; 9 10 11 12;13 14 15 16]; f = fspecial('average',3,3); % create filter...

9 years ago | 1

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distance between two matrices
hamming is not for hamming distance I guess. What is the type of input you want to compute the hamming distance. Hamming dist...

9 years ago | 1

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How to count average value from each row of matrix?
mean(A, 2) will you average by row.

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error using ==> times
I think whatever vector you are trying to multiplying should have same class (data types). So first you type cast to one class. ...

9 years ago | 1

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How to round the decimals?
This also works. X = 0.135678; Y = sprintf('%.2f',X) You can set as many decimals as you want.

9 years ago | 4

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Generation of a matrix
you can generate matrix by number of ways. For example: m = zeros(m,n); m is the matrix of m rows and n columns. If matrix...

9 years ago | 0

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rescale histogram
I guess if you normalize your histogram, you will your desired output .. May be ? As after normalizing your histogram, the su...

9 years ago | 0

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how to manipulate new point on graph?
hold your figure by following command. hold on; then add point. plot(x,y);

9 years ago | 1

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initial centroid in k-means
Usually initial centroids are Random. You can initialize them with any values you like.

9 years ago | 1

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Loading images in a variable..
you share what is your error and also post that in error as new Question. In given code. ([*.jpg']); should be this ...

9 years ago | 1

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How to find the Union of two 2D arrays of different size
in your given example, either dimension should be same, A and b should have same number of columns. I think you can make your 2-...

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Loading images in a variable..
There are number of methods to compare two images. Most famous are Histogram based comparison, Entropy based comparison-- these ...

9 years ago | 2

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Loading images in a variable..
let say your Directory where you image is myDir = 'images/'; and extension of all images are jpg ext_img = '*.jpg'...

9 years ago | 3

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Loading images in a variable..
to load image in a variable. a = imread('myimage.jpg'); and you can check ... imshow(a); and you can do any ...

9 years ago | 2

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memory allocation problem
one way is to increase the RAM. or try to understand your data. If your data is integer and its class (data type) is double then...

9 years ago | 2

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