elec_fit_ellipse_optim

# Elec_fit_ellipse_opt - equation of ellipsoid with center(xo,yo,zo and radius for each axis(x,y,z =(a,b,c x xo)^2 a^2 y yo)^2 b^2 z zo)^2 c^2 = 1

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function [f] = elec_fit_ellipse_optim(r, X, Y, Z, xo, yo, zo) % elec_fit_ellipse_optim - Optimization for elec_fit_ellipse.m % % Called from elec_fit_ellipse.m % % \$Revision: 1.1 \$ \$Date: 2009/04/28 22:13:55 \$ % Licence: GNU GPL, no implied or express warranties % History: 02/2002, Darren.Weber_at_radiology.ucsf.edu % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % r is a 3x1 vector of radius values for each x,y,z axis component of ellipse
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Unformatted text preview: % % equation of ellipsoid with center (xo,yo,zo) and radius for each axis (x,y,z) = (a,b,c): % (( x - xo )^2 / a^2) + (( y - yo )^2 / b^2) + (( z - zo )^2 / c^2) = 1 % % This function below creates a scalar value to % return to the fminsearch function in elec_fit_sphere. E = ( (X-xo).^2 )/r(1).^2 + ((Y-yo).^2)/r(2).^2 + ((Z-zo).^2)/r(3).^2 - 1; f = sum( E .* E ); % sum of squares returned return...
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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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