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Subject: Overlapping Circular Area Problem
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ImageAnalyst <imageanalyst@mailinator.com> wrote in message <07e27f97-2a22-442f-a4a4-6001405bba3c@g11g2000yqe.googlegroups.com>...
> Unless your circles are somewhat transparent, it could be difficult to
> determine overlap.  For example, if two circles are 95% overlapped,
> they may not look different in shape than a single circle, so you'd
> have to go by the intensity within the shape.
> Post your image to http://drop.io so we can see it.

No, it's not an image. I have 3 arrays: x-coordinates, y-coordinates, and radii. Those are the inputs.

Also can anyone tell me how to keep everything under one thread? I think I just started a New Message here. That's annoying.