Your script works really great on our machines. One more thing, my research group has access to a cluster and we'd love to run your alignment program on it. I was wondering how difficult would it be to change the .c files so that they can also be compiled on Linux. Any thoughts on this issue?
Thanks a lot for sharing this great piece of work with us. This is a very nice contribution to the Mathworks file exchange repository.
I have one question about your code though. I am looking at your submission on Mar 4. When I run one of your examples, e.g. example_2d_nonrigid_1.m, the results figure shows four images, and I am not sure I understand what is being displayed.
Shouldn't 'transformed image 1' (Icor in your code) be the result of registering Image 1 (I1) onto image 2 (I2)? If so, 'transformed image 1' should look similar to 'image 2', right? However, in your figure 'transformed image 1' resembles more image 1 than image 2. Am I missing something? Is the registration really working in this example?
In my case, it is very hard to set. I hope for my setting method help for you. I'm running this on MATLAB 2014a, Win64 7.
GlewPath = '-IE:/glew/include/GL -LE:/glew/lib/Release/x64 -lglew32';
GlutPath = '-IE:/freeglut/include/GL -LE:/freeglut/lib/x64 -lfreeglut';
14 Jul 2014
A wrapper library for Boykov and Kolmogorov max-flow/min-cut implementation
All those troubled by the error
Error using maxflowmex
Function "mxGetIr_700" is obsolete.
(64-bit mex files using sparse matrices must be rebuilt with the "-largeArrayDims" option.
See the R2006b release notes for more details.)
try using this:It will solve the problem
mex -largeArrayDims 'maxflowmex.cpp' 'maxflow-v3.0/graph.cpp' 'maxflow-v3.0/maxflow.cpp'
Hi, All! Does anybody have stable compiled binaries on Linux? (the .mexa64 files). I have successfully compiled these binaries. But MATLAB always crashes when running the function RenderColorMesh. My email is email@example.com.
Thanks in advance!
I've run into a couple of bugs that maybe related. I'm running this on MATLAB 2013b, Win64 7.
1. When I run ShadowProj2, the first time around it appears to operate as expected. However, on the second call in the same Matlab session, the bit mask is all zeros even for the same exact call.
2. After the initial call, if I clear the workspace and make a subsequent call to ShadowProj2 MATLAB throws a system error.