Calculate minimum of single variable function using 3-point search Usage: estimated_min=three_point(sfun,a,b,tolerance) sfun: Symbolic/String function a: Inferior Limit b: Superior Limit tolerance: Tolerance Range
PHPGraphs is a set of graphing classes for php.
The basic graph types are line, point, area, and bar. Also, an advanced Time Series graph is included. PHPGraphs supports large numbers of large sized data sets.
PHPGraphs is a set of graphing classes for php.
The basic graph types are line, point, area, and bar. Also, an advanced Time Series graph is included. PHPGraphs supports large numbers of large sized data sets.
Computes an n-point central difference of function f with spacing h. Computes an n-point central difference of function f with spacing h.
Returns a vector df of same size as f. Input f must be a vector with evenly spaced...
PIVlab is a time-resolved particle image velocimetry (PIV) software that does not only calculate the velocity distribution within particle image pairs, but can also be used to derive, display and export multiple parameters of the flow pattern. A...
This code proposes genetic algorithm (GA) to optimize the point-to-point trajectory planning for a 3-link (redundant) robot arm. The objective function for the proposed GA is to minimizing traveling time and space, while not exceeding a...
ICP - Iterative Closest Point algorithm, c++ implementation. Handles only points in R^3. Makes use of a kd-tree for closest-point search. ICP finds the transformation of points in data to fit points in model. Fit with respect to minimize a...
This function generate the point-spread function for a widefield microscope using a scalar diffraction-limited model (Stokseth refer to [1] and [3] below) ---------------- Input parameters: lambdaEx: Excitation Wavelength (in nm)
This m file allows you to test if a point P is located in the area of a rectangle
This program checks whether a point (x,y) lies inside,outside or on a circle defined by 3 other points.
Syntax: iscircle(X,Y,x,y), where X=[x1 x2 x3] and Y=[y1 y2 y3]. Thus, a circle can be made out of these 3 points-->(x1,y1),... |