elec_fit_ellipse

# elec_fit_ellipse - function[r,x,y,z,Xe,Ye,Ze =...

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Unformatted text preview: function [r,x,y,z,Xe,Ye,Ze] = elec_fit_ellipse(X,Y,Z,xo,yo,zo,gridSize,plot) % elec_fit_ellipse - Find radii of ellipse and elliptical points for XYZ % % Usage: [r,x,y,z,Xe,Ye,Ze] = elec_fit_ellipse(X,Y,Z,xo,yo,zo,gridSize,plot) % % Notes: The general formula for a 3D ellipse, with center (xo,yo,zo) and % major axis length 2a in X, 2b in Y, and 2c in Z, is given by: % % (x-xo/a)^2 + (y-yo/b)^2 + (z-zo/c)^2 = 1 % % This function takes arguments for cartesian co-ordinates % of X,Y,Z and returns the radius 'r(x,y,z)' and the 'x,y,z' % co-ordinates for the estimated elliptical surface points % corresponding to X,Y,Z (Z > 0 assumed). % % Also returns Xe,Ye,Ze - the matrix values for an ellipsoid % of dimensions r(x,y,z). The size of Xe,Ye,Ze depends on % 'gridSize' (default 50). Note that x,y,z are a subset of % Xe,Ye,Ze. % % 'plot' is a boolean option for plotting of the input/fitted xyz % % \$Revision: 1.1 \$ \$Date: 2009/04/28 22:13:54 \$ % Licence: GNU GPL no implied or express warranties % History: 08/99 Chris Harvey % function needs to swap X,Y input for some reason?...
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## This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course ENG 42336 taught by Professor Thomasholland during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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