Great job Francois,
But i have still a problem with this code. The code moves the orientation of the object to find coordinates (as we can see in your picture to introduce your code).
In my case is very important to keep the initial object in the same axis system. To be more clear i want to record with a fixed camera several binary images of an object which will be a little perturbated. So if i want to compare the perturbated object with a non-perturbated one, i need to keep the same axis system (for exemple, the entire image).
I hope have been enough clear about my problem.
Thx again for your sharing.
Thanx alot about sharing... I can not run it because of this error:
??? Error using ==> shiftmat
Too many input arguments.
Error in ==> seg_fuzzy at 207
M_tmp = shiftmat(Mx,i,1);
can you explain us how to implement it..
with my Regards...
Thank you so much for your sharing code, it is very impressive.
I've read your paper and I would like to ask about the median MG (step 6). I confuse the use of MG and about calculating the MX in step 5 and step 6, since in your code, you didn't do anything about MG.
Thank you very much for your kind response.