# Matt J

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Professional Interests: medical image processing, optimization algorithms PLEASE NOTE: I do not read email sent through my author page. Please post questions about FEX submissions in their respective Comments section.

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how can i rescale image? standard is at the center part
Use imresize. It scales relative to the center.

17 hours ago | 0

How can I identify and fill outliers in a 2d matrix?
You could detect and replace the outliers with missing values by doing, outlierMap = abs(yourMatrix-medfilt2(yourMatrix,[M,N]))...

17 hours ago | 0

How can I calibrate a fixed camera to obtain accurate measurements of objects at different distances, despite height variations and pixel distortion?
You cannot determine the size of the object from a single camera without knowing its distance from the camera. You would need tw...

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Setting bounds for constants in a fit() object in terms of other constants in the fit object
As a more indirect approach, instead of fitting, y=A*log(B*x-C) %D has been deliberately removed - it is unnecessary you coul...

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1D gaussian filter for A-scans (OCT)
See imgaussfilt, e.g., A=zeros(1,11); A((end+1)/2)=1 B=imgaussfilt(A,1.2)

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Finding zeros of intersection of the "x-axis" - Error using "fzero"
tic close all; clc; % For the region k_o < k_p < sqrt(u_r*e_r)*k_o % Wavelength value lambda lambda = 1; % Wavenumber...

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Why are the gradients not backpropagating into the encoder in this custom loop?
In terms of what may be different from trainnet, I don't see any regularization in your customized loop. You have a function cal...

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How to define a slicing like x(i).property in a custom class?
function varargout = subsref(this, s) switch s(1).type case '()' ...

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GPU memory usage for Hadamard product
This is just a guess, but possibly the GPU memory is fragmented. I.e., maybe your available 28GB is broken into blocks that are ...

11 days ago | 0

Loop data in both x and y direction, and do linear fit of each y at each x
t = 15:15:1440; %time MSD=readmatrix('MSDdata.xlsx'); A=t.'.^[1,0]; slopes=nan(size(MSD)); for i=1:height(A) tm...

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Loop data in both x and y direction, and do linear fit of each y at each x
Perhaps this is what you want. matrix1=rand(96,1); matrix2=rand(96,150); [Xslope,Tslope]=gradient(matrix2,1:150,matrix1); ...

14 days ago | 0

"tighter" tile spacing and uniform tile height using tiledlayout?
You could also play with the tilespan: % Create tiled layout tiledlayout(1,305,'TileSpacing','none','Padding','none'); % I...

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"tighter" tile spacing and uniform tile height using tiledlayout?
One option would be to download subaxis, as an alternative to tiledlayout. s=.01; % Image A subaxis(1,3,1,'SpacingHoriz',s)...

14 days ago | 1

How can I use the data of a set of matrices labelled in order
data_1=10; data_2=20; data_3=30; data_4=40; data_5=50; Data=arrayfun(@(i)evalin('caller', "data_"+i), 1:5,'uni',0)

14 days ago | 0

Where can I find a good example of using tied weights in nested layers?
The example at your link is for R2024a, but the version of Matlab you are running is only R2023b.

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Formatting Data in dlarray for Deep Learning Models
You cannot do that, but you shouldn't need to. Because the dimensions are all identified by labels (in this case CBT), trainnet(...

15 days ago | 0

Assigning many cell array entries to same value using index
You should probably be using strings or catgorical arrays instead of cells. Regardless, it is easy to switch back and forth: ce...

16 days ago | 1

Assigning many cell array entries to same value using index
Another way, [cellArray{iHigh}] = deal('High'); [cellArray{iLow}] = deal('Low');

16 days ago | 1

Single struct as alternative to name-value pairs in user-defined function
You would have to use the older inputParser system to do that kind of thing, with the StructExpand property set to true (the def...

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Phase correlation isn't going to be a good algorithm for images of a starry field. I think your best bet is to do landmark extra...

16 days ago | 1

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Merging different legend labels
One way, x1 = [1, 2 ,3, 4, 5]; y1 = [5, 3, 2.8, 1.7, 1.2]; y2 = [6.5, 4.7, 3.5, 1.9, 1.3]; x2 = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]; y3 = [6, 5...

17 days ago | 0

Trouble with inheritance i MATLAB OOP
Remove these property declarations from PathParameterFile, properties Path; xmlStruct; ...

17 days ago | 0

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I have been working on 3D imaging in the form of pixels with spheres in a box and need help in finding out the contact points in between the spheres in the produced pixel data
This assumes SS contains the edge map of the two spheres and nothing else. L=bwlabel( imfill(SS~=0,'holes') ); se=ones(3); ...

17 days ago | 0

The extrinsic function 'perms' is not available for standalone code generation.
Here's an alternative implementation of perms(), suitable for small vectors. Maybe pre-2024b Coder will find it more pallatable....

18 days ago | 0

what type of deep learning network?
It is a feedforward neural network.

18 days ago | 0

Enforce condition in lsqnoneg
Suppose your original problem is, Rewrite the problem by making the change of variables x=Q*z where z>=0 and Q=eye(160...

19 days ago | 0

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What are the packages I need to select while installing MATALB for suceessfully installing MATLAB runtime.
This might help: https://www.mathworks.com/products/compiler/matlab-runtime.html

22 days ago | 0

Formatting Data in dlarray for Machine Learning Input
XTrain(1:10)={rand(3,540)}; %hypothetical data XTrain=dlarray( cat(3, XTrain{:}) ,'CTB')

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Using dlarray with betarnd/randg
Random number generation operations do not have derivatives in the standard sense. You will have to define some approximate deri...

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