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findzc.c File Reference

Zero Crossing functions. More...

#include <stdio.h>
#include <math.h>
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## Macros

#define TINY   1.0e-3

## Functions

int G_math_findzc (double conv[], int size, double zc[], double thresh, int num_orients)
Finds locations and orientations of zero crossings. More...

## Detailed Description

Zero Crossing functions.

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Date
2006

Definition in file findzc.c.

## Macro Definition Documentation

 #define TINY   1.0e-3

Definition at line 32 of file findzc.c.

Referenced by G_math_findzc().

## Function Documentation

 int G_math_findzc ( double conv[], int size, double zc[], double thresh, int num_orients )

Finds locations and orientations of zero crossings.

Finds the locations and orientations of zero crossings in the input array conv, which is the result of the convolution of the Marr-Hildreth operator with the image. The output array is zc, which is non-zero only at zero crossing pixels. At those pixels, the value is 1 + (orientation), where orientation is a value from 0 to num_orients.

Parameters
 [in] conv input [in] size size of largest matrix column or row [out] zc output [in] thresh magnitude threshold [in] num_orients
Returns
int always returns 0

Definition at line 56 of file findzc.c.

References tools::size, and TINY.