Snakes, or active contours, are curves defined within an image domain that can move under the influence of internal forces coming from within the curve itself and external forces computed from the image data. The goal is to find a contour that best approximates the perimeter of an object. It is helpful to visualize it as a rubber band of arbitrary shape that is capable of deforming during time, trying to get as close as possible to the target contour.
Please see the attached document "overview.pdf" to understand the underlying equations and algorithm used to develop this toolbox.
Please visit the following link to see an example:
Iman (2021). Snake Algorithm (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/51220-snake-algorithm), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
Please refer to the "Overview" document included in the package.
Can anyone tell or explain what type of energy minimization is used?
Please send me the package on email@example.com
just emailed it to you ;)
zip file does not work could you please send me the package to firstname.lastname@example.org
hi, the link od download dose not work, would you please send me the package
Hey Chandita. Thank you for your interest in my toolbox. The algorithm is explained in the "Overview" document. The code is not well-commented, but the names for variables and functions are very clear. If you grasp the math behind Snake, you would probably understand the code quickly. Sorry, I wish I had time to add comments to the code. Life is hectic! Best of luck.
Can you please explain in details about the source code of GUI.
Hi Ibraheem, thanks for your positive and constructive feedback. I just replaced buttons'tags with appropriate self-explanatory names. Sorry for the confusion. I will add comments to the code asap.
simple with nice explanation. I suggest you change the objects names e.g. buttons to have a meaningful names and put some helpful comments within your code.
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