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Select strongest bounding boxes from overlapping clusters

```
[selectedBbox,selectedScore]
= selectStrongestBbox(bbox,score)
```

```
[selectedBbox,selectedScore,index]
= selectStrongestBbox(bbox,score)
```

```
[selectedBbox,selectedScore,index]
= selectStrongestBbox(___,Name,Value)
```

`[`

returns
selected bounding boxes that have a high confidence score. The function
uses nonmaximal suppression to eliminate overlapping bounding boxes
from the `selectedBbox`

,`selectedScore`

]
= selectStrongestBbox(`bbox`

,`score`

)`bbox`

input.

`[`

additionally
returns the `selectedBbox`

,`selectedScore`

,`index`

]
= selectStrongestBbox(`bbox`

,`score`

)`index`

vector associated with `selectedBbox`

.
This vector contains the indices of the selected boxes in the `bbox`

input.

`[`

uses
additional options specified by one or more `selectedBbox`

,`selectedScore`

,`index`

]
= selectStrongestBbox(___,`Name,Value`

)`Name,Value`

pair
arguments.