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how to get function for the curve in image using matlab

how to get function for the curve in image using matlab

how to get function for the curve in image using matlab

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thread962-142103: How to find the inital formula from engineering test data
hi  FreddyMusic how did u get the perfect curve..pls help me...



I have extracted blood vessels from fundus image.I have to find the coordinates of the subvessel.I have done using find function but not correct for all subvessels.So I have to trace the coordinates from start end point to last end point.I am thinking to try using 8 connected component concept.Is there any other method possible..give your idea...
I have to get function y=f(x) for the curve.I have tried using curve fitting but not getting exactly..Help me if u have any idea in this....
here is the sub vessel image

http://img546.imageshack.us/img546/1413/subvessel.png
 

RE: how to get function for the curve in image using matlab

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To IRstuff
pls help me how to solve by image

RE: how to get function for the curve in image using matlab

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for my project

RE: how to get function for the curve in image using matlab

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for my M.E Project in retinal images

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