Find local maxima in matrices
The Find Local Maxima block finds the local maxima within an
input matrix. It does so by comparing the maximum value in the matrix
to a user-specified threshold. The block considers a value to be a
valid local maximum when the maximum value is greater than or equal
to the specified threshold. The determination of the local maxima
is based on the neighborhood, an area around
and including the maximum value. After finding the local maxima, the
block sets all the matrix values in the neighborhood, including the
maximum value, to
0. This step ensures that subsequent
searches do not include this maximum. The size of the neighborhood
must be appropriate for the data set. That is, the threshold must
eliminate enough of the values around the maximum so that false peaks
are not discovered. The process repeats until the block either finds
all valid maximas or the number of local maximas equal the Maximum
number of local maxima value. The block outputs one-based
[x y] coordinates of the maxima. The data to all input ports must
be the same data type.
If the input to this block is a Hough matrix output from the Hough Transform block, select the Input is Hough matrix spanning full theta range check box. If you select this check box, the block assumes that the Hough port input is antisymmetric about the rho axis and theta ranges from -pi/2 to pi/2 radians. If the block finds a local maxima near the boundary, and the neighborhood lies outside the Hough matrix, then the block detects only one local maximum. It ignores the corresponding antisymmetric maximum.
Specify the maximum number of maxima you want the block to find.
Specify the size of the neighborhood around the maxima over which the block zeros out the values. Enter a two-element vector of positive odd integers, [rc]. Here, r represents the number of rows in the neighborhood, and c represents the number of columns.
Specify how to enter the threshold value. If you select
port, the Th port appears on the block.
If you select
Specify via dialog, the Threshold parameter
appears in the dialog box. Enter a scalar value that represents the
value all maxima should meet or exceed.
Enter a scalar value that represents the value all maxima should
meet or exceed. This parameter is visible if, for the Source
of threshold value parameter, you choose
If you select this check box, the block assumes that the Hough port input is antisymmetric about the rho axis and theta ranges from -pi/2 to pi/2 radians.
Specify the data type of the Idx port output.
Your choices are
Specify output data type. When you uncheck the Output variable size signal, the Count output data type parameter appears in the dialog box.
Specify the data type of the Count port output. Your choices
uint32. This parameter applies when you clear
the Output variable size signal check box.
See Detect Lines in Images in the Computer Vision System Toolbox™ User's Guide.
The block outputs the one-based [x y] coordinates of the maxima at the Idx port and the number of valid local maxima found at the Count port.
|Port||Input/Output||Supported Data Types||Complex Values Supported|
Matrix in which you want to find the maxima.
Scalar value that represents the value the maxima should meet or exceed.
Same as I/Hough port
An M-by-2 matrix of one-based [x y] coordinates, where M represents the number of local maximas found.
Scalar value that represents the number of maxima that meet or exceed the threshold value.
Same as Idx port