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Camera looking down the negative Z-Axis

Hi Alex, In Computer Vision Toolbox we use the y-down/z-forward camera coordinate systems: https://www.mathworks.com/help/visi...

Camera looking down the negative Z-Axis

Hi Alex, In Computer Vision Toolbox we use the y-down/z-forward camera coordinate systems: https://www.mathworks.com/help/visi...

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Camera Pose Estimation from Non-calibrated camera images

Unfortunately, currently all the functions used in the Structure-from-Motion workflow require the camera to be calibrated. You c...

Camera Pose Estimation from Non-calibrated camera images

Unfortunately, currently all the functions used in the Structure-from-Motion workflow require the camera to be calibrated. You c...

2 years ago | 0

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How to limit ORB features?

Hi Helia, the selectStrongest function picks the points based on the Metric values: https://www.mathworks.com/help/vision/ref/o...

How to limit ORB features?

Hi Helia, the selectStrongest function picks the points based on the Metric values: https://www.mathworks.com/help/vision/ref/o...

2 years ago | 1

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What is the reference point for the orientation and location arguments of addView and addConnection functions in CV Toolbox?

In both functions, it means relative to the previous view, not the very first view.

What is the reference point for the orientation and location arguments of addView and addConnection functions in CV Toolbox?

In both functions, it means relative to the previous view, not the very first view.

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Camera Calibrator Parameters and estimation errors (How to use post calibration)

Once you get the camera parameters from the App, you can use undistortImage to undistort new images if they are captured by the ...

Camera Calibrator Parameters and estimation errors (How to use post calibration)

Once you get the camera parameters from the App, you can use undistortImage to undistort new images if they are captured by the ...

2 years ago | 0

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Wrong Documentation for pointsToWorld?

You may want to use fisheyeIntrinsics in this case.

Wrong Documentation for pointsToWorld?

You may want to use fisheyeIntrinsics in this case.

2 years ago | 0

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shouldn't the reference frame replace the frames of the subsystem

Since the Reference Frame is attached to Solid 8 not the World Coordinate, the rotating axis will be one of the Solids 8's refer...

shouldn't the reference frame replace the frames of the subsystem

Since the Reference Frame is attached to Solid 8 not the World Coordinate, the rotating axis will be one of the Solids 8's refer...

4 years ago | 0

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glme can't deal with NaNs?

According to the error message, it seems that the error is not associated with NaN but the rank of the matrix X. You can chec...

glme can't deal with NaNs?

According to the error message, it seems that the error is not associated with NaN but the rank of the matrix X. You can chec...

5 years ago | 0

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How to change a multi-variable matrix with different sliders?

It might be difficult to understand your workflow without a snapshot of the GUI you are designing. One suggestion to debug t...

How to change a multi-variable matrix with different sliders?

It might be difficult to understand your workflow without a snapshot of the GUI you are designing. One suggestion to debug t...

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For loop inside functions in fsolve

I recommend you to provide more details about the equations you want to solve. You can also refer to the following documenta...

For loop inside functions in fsolve

I recommend you to provide more details about the equations you want to solve. You can also refer to the following documenta...

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Using intel Atom as xPC target

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/102370-is-matlab-supported-on-intel-atom-processor

Using intel Atom as xPC target

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/102370-is-matlab-supported-on-intel-atom-processor

5 years ago | 0

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Derive class from Simulink.ConfigComponent

After opening a model (any model), you can use the following code to get access to the Simulink.ConfigComponent of the model: ...

Derive class from Simulink.ConfigComponent

After opening a model (any model), you can use the following code to get access to the Simulink.ConfigComponent of the model: ...

5 years ago | 0

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Figures copied to Powerpoint cropped

MATLAB is officially not supported on dual-monitor systems. The following information might be helpful for you to resolve th...

Figures copied to Powerpoint cropped

MATLAB is officially not supported on dual-monitor systems. The following information might be helpful for you to resolve th...

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Is there more documentation on Stateflow messages for MATLAB 2016a?

The following examples should be able to provide you a better understanding of Stateflow messages: http://www.mathworks.com/h...

Is there more documentation on Stateflow messages for MATLAB 2016a?

The following examples should be able to provide you a better understanding of Stateflow messages: http://www.mathworks.com/h...

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How can I read Fortran90 binary files in MATLAB?

You can try using 'fread' to read Fortran binary files into MATLAB. The following link should be useful for you: http://www.m...

How can I read Fortran90 binary files in MATLAB?

You can try using 'fread' to read Fortran binary files into MATLAB. The following link should be useful for you: http://www.m...

5 years ago | 0

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Least squares fit to multiple differently-sized data sets simultaneously

The data sets should have the same number of points. The 'xdata' and 'ydata' should be well defined vetors or matrices.

Least squares fit to multiple differently-sized data sets simultaneously

The data sets should have the same number of points. The 'xdata' and 'ydata' should be well defined vetors or matrices.

5 years ago | 0

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Slow High Resolution video processing

The DeployableVideoPlayer object displays video frames. This player is capable of displaying high definition video at high frame...

Slow High Resolution video processing

The DeployableVideoPlayer object displays video frames. This player is capable of displaying high definition video at high frame...

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What type of multiple comparisons is used in multcompare?

Hi Eric, You can specify the type of comparison as documented at the following link: http://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/m...

What type of multiple comparisons is used in multcompare?

Hi Eric, You can specify the type of comparison as documented at the following link: http://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/m...

5 years ago | 0

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How do I use the Mantel Test to test correlation between two matrices?

I recommend you to contact the author of this function for support.

How do I use the Mantel Test to test correlation between two matrices?

I recommend you to contact the author of this function for support.

5 years ago | 0

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Why can't I connect my Simscape circuit to a PS-Simulink converter -- only a dashed red line appears?

Hi, George, To view the voltage at a circuit node, you should use the Voltage Sensor block: <http://www.mathworks.com/help...

Why can't I connect my Simscape circuit to a PS-Simulink converter -- only a dashed red line appears?

Hi, George, To view the voltage at a circuit node, you should use the Voltage Sensor block: <http://www.mathworks.com/help...

5 years ago | 0

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Button information from mask

Hi Hao, The GUI you see when double clicking the neural controller mask is created using the MATLAB function 'nnident' locate...

Button information from mask

Hi Hao, The GUI you see when double clicking the neural controller mask is created using the MATLAB function 'nnident' locate...

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