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Re: Code is not working...

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  • Subject: [mg120467] Re: Code is not working...
  • From: Jay Bee <jiri.bocan at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2011 07:38:12 -0400 (EDT)
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On Jul 24, 1:25 am, Heike Gramberg <heike.gramb... at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you want any useful help you'll probably need to give a bit more
> information. For example, what are
> image, RegionGrowing and imgfilter? And what is the function of
> imageFilled (it doesn't seem to do anything
> at the moment)?
>
> Heike.
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> On 23 Jul 2011, at 00:47, =?iso-8859-1?Q?S=F6nme... at smc.vnet.net wrot=
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> > Hello,
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> > I am in trouble with below codes:
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> > I run this code but Program is not finsh evertime It is running and run=
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> > Could you possible help me.
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> > dim = Dimensions[image]
> > r = 1;
> > k = 1;
> > n = 10;
> > cost = Function[{positionValues, neighborValues},
> >   First[neighborValues] == 1];
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> > (* Image that only contains the value zero *)
> > imageNew = Table[0, {i, 1, dim[[1]]}, {j, 1, dim[[2]]}];
>
> > (* Walk through the rows of the image *)
> > While[r < dim[[1]],
> >  (* Walk through the columns of the image*)
> >  k = 1;
> >  While[k < dim[[2]],
> >   (* Find a white pixel*)
> >   If[imgfilter[[r, k]] == 1,
> >    (* Proceed RegionGrowing and give them a identical value by \
> > multiplying it with n *)
> >    region = RegionGrowing[{imgfilter}, {{r, k}}, 1, cost]*n;
> >    (* Add the identical cell to imageNew *)
> >    imageNew = imageNew + region;
> >    (* Change n, so each cell has a different value *)
> >    n = n + 2;As
> >    (* Take the cell out of the original image,
> >    so he will stop when there is no white pixel anymore *)
> >    imageFilled = imgfilter - region;
> >    ];
> >   k++;
> >   ];
> >  r++;
> >  ];

As Heike asked, what are those functions you use? If the computation
lasts forever, there must be some bug... Check all braces - correct
number and position, if all the inputs and outputs have an expected
format, and so on...




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