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Unformatted text preview: <TYPE END or BIF> Pos=(<x>,<y>) D=<fmt1, fmt2> C=<fmt1, fmt2> G=<density> The type is self explanatory, as are the positions. The D represents direction, and it is two (closely related) measurements. I would recommend using only one for comparisons. The C is the curvature (same deal as with D with two closely related measurements). The G is the density in the region (consider it a ridge width measure). What to turn in: 1. A report which includes a. A description of your implementation b. For each of the seven sets of minutiae, have a figure which shows the overlay of the CandyMans minutiae after the estimating the affine transformation. c. A table with seven rows and columns showing the number of inliers (matching minutiae), and a decision about which ones are from the CandyMan. 2. Turn in a hardcopy of the report. 3. Email your report and source code to email@example.com...
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This homework help was uploaded on 02/14/2008 for the course CSE 190A taught by Professor Kriegman during the Fall '06 term at UCSD.
- Fall '06