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MedgeGetResult



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Synopsis
Get results of the included edges from an Edge Finder result buffer.
Syntax
void MedgeGetResult(
MIL_ID EdgeResultId, //in
MIL_INT EdgeIndexOrLabelValue, //in
MIL_INT64 ResultType, //in
void *FirstResultArrayPtr, //out
void *SecondResultArrayPtr //out
)
Description

This function retrieves the results of a specified type from an Edge Finder result buffer, after an MedgeCalculate() call.

The following result types can be retrieved from the Edge Finder result buffer:

  • General results related to the edge extraction and edge processing.

  • Edge chain results.

  • Edge feature results.

If your target image was associated with a camera calibration context, positional and dimensional results are, by default, returned with respect to the relative coordinate system of the image. Otherwise, these results are returned in pixels, relative to the top-left pixel of the image.

If your target image was associated with a camera calibration context but you want to retrieve positional and dimensional results in pixel units, use MedgeControl() with the M_RESULT_OUTPUT_UNITS control type set to M_PIXEL. However, note that if you set M_RESULT_OUTPUT_UNITS to M_WORLD without specifying a calibrated image in which to calculate the results, MedgeGetResult() will generate an error.

Note that in the presence of distortion, some results are meaningless when converted from real-world to pixel units (for example, the Feret angles). For example, if an edge appears warped in the source image, but the camera calibration context of the source image compensates for this during the extraction, the resulting Feret angles are meaningful in the real-world coordinate system, and meaningless in the pixel coordinate system.

Note that, unless otherwise specified, results are only returned to FirstResultArrayPtr; when this is the case, SecondResultArrayPtr must be set to M_NULL.

Note that this function reference has not been updated for a MIL system added during a MIL update. Refer to the MIL system's release note to see which MIL system’s documentation you should use in its place and any possible differences.
Parameters
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Parameters
EdgeResultId

Specifies the identifier of the Edge Finder result buffer from which to get results.

EdgeIndexOrLabelValue

Specifies the edge(s) from which to get results. This parameter can be set to one of the following values.

function map For edge results
Click to summarizeValue Description
Click to summarize M_DEFAULT

Same as M_ALL.

Click to summarize M_ALL +

Specifies all edges. That is, the target array(s) will be filled with the specified type of result for all the included edges. Note that target array values are ordered by edge indices.

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Click to summarize Value >= 0 +

Specifies either the edge's index or label. Index values must fall within the following range: 0 to the number of included edges in the Edge Finder result buffer - 1. Label values can be returned with the result type M_LABEL_VALUE.

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Combination values for the values listed in For edge results.

You can add one of the following values to the above-mentioned values to specify whether you are providing an index or a label value.

function map For specifying an index or label value
Click to summarizeCombination value Description
Click to summarize M_TYPE_INDEX

Specifies an edge using its index value.

This is the default value.

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Click to summarize M_TYPE_LABEL

Specifies an edge using its label value.

ResultType

Specifies the type of result to retrieve.

See the Parameter associations section for possible values that can be specified.

FirstResultArrayPtr
Accepts the address of one of the following (see the Parameter associations section for specifics on which is expected):
  • array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ]
  • array of type MIL_ID [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_ID> ]
  • array of type MIL_INT [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_INT> ]
  • array of type MIL_INT32 [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_INT32> ]
  • array of type MIL_INT64 [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_INT64> ]
  • MIL_DOUBLE
  • MIL_ID
  • MIL_INT
  • MIL_INT32
  • MIL_INT64

Specifies the address of the first array in which to write the requested information.

See the Parameter associations section for possible values that can be returned.

SecondResultArrayPtr
Accepts the address of one of the following (see the Parameter associations section for specifics on which is expected):
  • array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ]
  • array of type MIL_ID [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_ID> ]
  • array of type MIL_INT [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_INT> ]
  • array of type MIL_INT32 [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_INT32> ]
  • array of type MIL_INT64 [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_INT64> ]
  • M_NULL
  • MIL_DOUBLE
  • MIL_ID
  • MIL_INT
  • MIL_INT32
  • MIL_INT64

Specifies the address of the second array in which to write the requested information. If nothing is to be written, set SecondResultArrayPtr to M_NULL.

See the Parameter associations section for possible values that can be returned.

The tables below list possible values for the ResultType parameter and possible values returned to the FirstResultArrayPtr and SecondResultArrayPtr parameters.

To retrieve general results related to the edge extraction and edge processing, the ResultType parameter must be set to one of the values below.

function map For retrieving results related to edge extraction and edge processing
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ResultType
Description
FirstResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
SecondResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
Click to summarize M_CONTEXT_TYPE +

Retrieves the type of the Edge Finder context that was used to extract edges.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE

Returns one of the following.

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Click to summarize M_CONTOUR

Specifies a contour context type, which is used to find object contours in images.

Click to summarize M_CREST

Specifies a crest context type, which is used to find thin line crests in images.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_SIZE_X +

Retrieves the width of the source image and internal processing buffers, in pixels.

Note that if you have used MedgePut() to add edge chains to the Edge Finder result buffer, the width returned can be bigger than the width of the source image buffer if the edge chains exceed the boundaries of the source image buffer.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_SIZE_Y +

Retrieves the height of the source image and internal processing buffers, in pixels.

Note that if you have used MedgePut() to add edge chains to the Edge Finder result buffer, the height returned can be bigger than the height of the source image buffer if the edge chains exceed the boundaries of the source image buffer.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_THRESHOLD_HIGH +

Retrieves the upper bound value, used during hysteresis thresholding to extract edges.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_THRESHOLD_LOW +

Retrieves the lower bound value, used during hysteresis thresholding to extract edges.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_THRESHOLDS +

Retrieves both the lower and upper bound values, used during hysteresis thresholding to extract edges.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE

Returns the lower bound threshold value.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE

Returns the upper bound threshold value.

Click to summarize M_TIMEOUT_END +

Retrieves whether the timeout limit was reached. You can set the timeout limit using MedgeControl() with M_TIMEOUT. By default, there is no limit.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE

Returns one of the following.

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Click to summarize M_FALSE

Specifies that the timeout limit has not been reached.

Click to summarize M_TRUE

Specifies that the timeout limit has been reached.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL

To retrieve information about the internal processing buffers, you must specify the internal buffer about which to retrieve the information and the type of information to retrieve. To do so, set ResultType to a combination of two values, one from each of the following two tables. The information retrieved can be used to allocate a buffer with the same properties as the internal processing buffer. This newly allocated buffer can then be used, for example, as the destination buffer for MedgeDraw().

The internal Edge Finder buffers cannot be accessed directly; however, they can be accessed by creating a buffer with the same characteristics as the internal buffer and using MedgeDraw() to draw the contents of the internal Edge Finder buffer into your new buffer.

function map For retrieving information about the internal processing buffers
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ResultType
Description
FirstResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
SecondResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
Click to summarize M_ANGLE_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal angle buffer.

Note that information about the internal angle buffer is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_ANGLE set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_CROSS_DERIVATIVE_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal cross derivative buffer.

Note that information about the internal cross derivative buffer is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_DERIVATIVES set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_FIRST_DERIVATIVE_X_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal first derivative buffer in the X-direction.

Note that information about the internal first derivative in the X-direction buffer is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_DERIVATIVES set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_FIRST_DERIVATIVE_Y_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal first derivative buffer in the Y-direction.

Note that information about the internal first derivative buffer in the Y-direction is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_DERIVATIVES set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_FIRST_DERIVATIVES_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal first derivative buffers in both the X- and Y-directions.

Note that information about the internal first derivative buffers in both the X- and Y-directions is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_DERIVATIVES set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE

Returns information about the internal first derivative buffer in the X-direction.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE

Returns information about the internal first derivative buffer in the Y-direction.

Click to summarize M_IMAGE_ID +

Retrieves information about the source buffer.

Note that information about the source buffer is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_IMAGE set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_MAGNITUDE_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal magnitude buffer.

Note that information about the internal magnitude buffer is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_MAGNITUDE set to M_ENABLE.

The magnitude buffer is calculated according to MedgeControl() with M_MAGNITUDE_TYPE. If M_MAGNITUDE_TYPE is set to M_SQR_NORM, magnitude values are truncated on 15.0 bits. If M_MAGNITUDE_TYPE is set to M_NORM, magnitude values are truncated on 8.7 bits, with fixed-point precision. 32-bit float buffers use the same conventions, but with floating-point precision.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_MASK_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal mask buffer.

Note that information about the internal mask buffer is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_MASK set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_SECOND_DERIVATIVE_X_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal second derivative buffer in the X-direction.

Note that information about the internal second derivative buffer in the X-direction is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_DERIVATIVES set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_SECOND_DERIVATIVE_Y_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal second derivative buffer in the Y-direction.

Note that information about the internal second derivative buffer in the Y-direction is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_DERIVATIVES set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_SECOND_DERIVATIVES_ID +

Retrieves information about the internal second derivative buffers in both the X- and Y-directions.

Note that information about the internal second derivative buffers in both the X- and Y-directions is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_DERIVATIVES set to M_ENABLE.


You must specify a combination value from the following table:
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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE

Returns information about the internal second derivative buffer in the X-direction.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE MORE

Returns information about the internal second derivative buffer in the Y-direction.

Combination values for the values listed in For retrieving information about the internal processing buffers.

You must add one of the following values to the above-mentioned values to specify the type of information to retrieve from the specified internal processing buffer.

Note that to inquire the width or height of the internal processing buffers, use M_SIZE_X or M_SIZE_Y.

function map For specifying the type of information to retrieve from an internal processing buffer
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ResultType
Description
FirstResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
SecondResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
Click to summarize M_SIGN

Retrieves the buffer range.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE

Returns one of the following.

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Click to summarize M_SIGNED

Specifies that the buffer range is signed.

Click to summarize M_UNSIGNED

Specifies that the buffer range is unsigned.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_SIZE_BAND

Retrieves the number of buffer color bands.

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Click to summarize M_SIZE_BIT

Retrieves the depth per band, in bits.

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Click to summarize M_TYPE

Retrieves the buffer data type and depth. Depth is returned in bits.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE

Returns one of the following.

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Click to summarize M_FLOAT + 32

Specifies 32-bit float data.

Click to summarize M_SIGNED + 8

Specifies 8-bit signed data.

Click to summarize M_SIGNED + 16

Specifies 16-bit signed data.

Click to summarize M_SIGNED + 32

Specifies 32-bit signed data.

Click to summarize M_UNSIGNED + 1

Specifies 1-bit unsigned data.

Click to summarize M_UNSIGNED + 8

Specifies 8-bit unsigned data.

Click to summarize M_UNSIGNED + 16

Specifies 16-bit unsigned data.

Click to summarize M_UNSIGNED + 32

Specifies 32-bit unsigned data.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL

To retrieve chained edgel results, the ResultType parameter can be set to one of the values below. If EdgeIndexOrLabelValue is set to a specific edge, results are returned for that edge. If EdgeIndexOrLabelValue is set to M_ALL, results are returned for all the included edges.

function map For retrieving edge chain results
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ResultType
Description
FirstResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
SecondResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
Click to summarize M_CHAIN +

Retrieves the coordinates of the edge(s)'s edgels.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE

Returns the edgels' X-coordinates.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE

Returns the edgels' Y-coordinates.

Click to summarize M_CHAIN_ANGLE +

Retrieves the angle values of the edge(s)'s edgels.

The angle is always returned in uncalibrated pixel units and is measured counter-clockwise in the image, from the positive X-axis towards the negative Y-axis of the image.

Possible values range from 0 to 360 degrees and mapped in the range of 0 to 255 (that is, an 8-bit range).

Note that the angle value of the edge at each edgel position is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_CHAIN_ANGLE set to M_ENABLE.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_CHAIN_CODE +

Retrieves the edge(s)'s chain code. The chain code describes how edgels are connected using the following neighbor code:

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_CHAIN_INDEX +

Retrieves the index of each edgel's edge.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_CHAIN_MAGNITUDE +

Retrieves the magnitude values of the edge(s)'s edgels.

Note that the magnitude value of the edge at each edgel position is only available if it was saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_CHAIN_MAGNITUDE set to M_ENABLE.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_CHAIN_MAGNITUDE + M_CHAIN_ANGLE +

Retrieves the magnitude values and the angle values of the edge(s)'s edgels.

Angles are returned, counter-clockwise, from 0 degrees to 360 degrees and mapped in the range of 0 to 255 (that is, an 8-bit range).

Note that the magnitude and angle values of the edge at each edgel position are only available if they were saved using MedgeControl() with M_SAVE_CHAIN_MAGNITUDE and M_SAVE_CHAIN_ANGLE set to M_ENABLE.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE

Returns the magnitude values of the edge(s)'s edgels.

Click to summarize SecondResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE

Returns the angle values of the edge(s)'s edgels.

Click to summarize M_CHAIN_X +

Retrieves the X-coordinates of the edge(s)'s edgels.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_CHAIN_Y +

Retrieves the Y-coordinates of the edge(s)'s edgels.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_NUMBER_OF_CHAINED_EDGELS +

Retrieves the number of edgels in the edge(s).

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_NUMBER_OF_CHAINS +

Retrieves the number of included edges.

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Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_NUMBER_OF_VERTICES +

Retrieves the number of vertices in the chain approximation.

This result is not valid if MedgeControl() with M_CHAIN_APPROXIMATION is disabled.

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Data type info: Data type: address of a MIL_DOUBLE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_VERTICES +

Retrieves the coordinates of the vertices in the chain approximation.

This result is not valid if MedgeControl() with M_CHAIN_APPROXIMATION is disabled.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE

Returns the X-coordinates of the vertices in the chain approximation.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE

Returns the Y-coordinates of the vertices in the chain approximation.

Click to summarize M_VERTICES_CHAIN_INDEX +

Retrieves the index of the vertices' corresponding edge, in a chain approximation.

This result is not valid if MedgeControl() with M_CHAIN_APPROXIMATION is disabled.

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Click to summarize FirstResultArrayPtr
Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_VERTICES_INDEX +

Retrieves the index of the vertices' corresponding edgels, in a chain approximation.

This result is not valid if MedgeControl() with M_CHAIN_APPROXIMATION is disabled.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_VERTICES_X +

Retrieves the X-coordinates of the vertices in the chain approximation.

This result is not valid if MedgeControl() with M_CHAIN_APPROXIMATION is disabled.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_VERTICES_Y +

Retrieves the Y-coordinates of the vertices in the chain approximation.

This result is not valid if MedgeControl() with M_CHAIN_APPROXIMATION is disabled.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL

To retrieve edge feature results, the ResultType parameter must be set to one of the values below. Note that the specified feature must have already been calculated with MedgeCalculate().

If EdgeIndexOrLabelValue is set to an index value or a label value, the edge feature for the specified edge is returned. If EdgeIndexOrLabelValue is set to M_ALL, the edge feature for all the included edges in the Edge Finder result buffer is returned.

function map For retrieving edge feature results
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ResultType
Description
FirstResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
SecondResultArrayPtr
- Possible values returned
Click to summarize M_AVERAGE_STRENGTH +

Retrieves the average strength value of each edge.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_BOX_X_MAX +

Retrieves the X-coordinate of each edge's extreme right edgel.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_BOX_X_MIN +

Retrieves the X-coordinate of each edge's extreme left edgel.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_BOX_Y_MAX +

Retrieves the Y-coordinate of each edge's extreme bottom edgel.

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Data type info: Data type: array of type MIL_DOUBLE [optionally, in C++: a reference to a std::vector<MIL_DOUBLE> ] MORE
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Data type info: Data type: Set this parameter to M_NULL
Click to summarize M_BOX_Y_MIN +

Retrieves the Y-coordinate of each edge's extreme top edgel.

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Retrieves the coordinates of each edge's center of gravity.

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Returns the X-coordinate of each edge's center of gravity.

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Returns the Y-coordinate of each edge's center of gravity.

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Retrieves the X-coordinate of each edge's center of gravity.

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Retrieves the Y-coordinate of each edge's center of gravity.

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Retrieves the X-coordinate of the center of the circle that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the Y-coordinate of the center of the circle that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the coverage of the circle that is the best fit for each edge. The coverage describes the portion of the circle covered by the edge.

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Returns the following.

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Specifies the amount of coverage of the circle. The lower the value, the lower the coverage. For example, 0 equals no coverage, 0.5 equals 50 percent coverage, and 1.0 equals 100 percent coverage.

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Retrieves the fit error of the circle that is the best fit for each edge. This is calculated as the average quadratic error.

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Retrieves the radius of the circle that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the closure status of each edge.

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Returns one of the following.

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Specifies an open edge.

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Specifies a closed edge.

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Retrieves the convex elongation of each edge.

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Retrieves the angle, in degrees, of the ellipse that is the best fit for each edge, relative to the output coordinate system specified using MedgeControl() with M_RESULT_OUTPUT_UNITS.

An angle interpreted with respect to the pixel coordinate system is always measured counter-clockwise. For information on the angle's direction of rotation when interpreting the angle with respect to the relative coordinate system, see the Angle convention in MIL subsection of the Working with real-world units section of Chapter 26: Calibrating your camera setup.

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Retrieves the X-coordinate of the center of the ellipse that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the Y-coordinate of the center of the ellipse that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the coverage of the ellipse that is the best fit for each edge. The coverage describes the portion of the ellipse covered by the edge.

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Returns the following.

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Specifies the amount of coverage of the ellipse. The lower the value, the lower the coverage. For example, 0.0 equals no coverage, 0.5 equals 50 percent coverage, and 1.0 equals 100 percent coverage.

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Retrieves the fit error of the ellipse that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the major axis of the ellipse that is the best fit for each edge. The major axis divides the ellipse across its long dimension into two equal halves.

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Retrieves the minor axis of the ellipse that is the best fit for each edge. The minor axis divides the ellipse across its short dimension into two equal halves, perpendicular to the major axis.

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Retrieves the fast length of each edge.

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Retrieves the X- and Y-Feret values of each edge. The X-Feret is the dimension of the minimum bounding box of an edge in the horizontal direction. The Y-Feret is the dimension of the minimum bounding box of an edge in the vertical direction.

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Returns the X-Feret value of each edge.

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Returns the Y-Feret value of each edge.

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Retrieves the Feret elongation of each edge. It is accurate for reasonably compact objects, but becomes less accurate for very elongated objects.

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Retrieves the general Feret of each edge. This is the Feret diameter calculated at M_FERET_GENERAL_ANGLE, which is set in MedgeControl().

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Retrieves the angle, in degrees, at which the maximum Feret diameter is found, relative to the output coordinate system specified using MedgeControl() with M_RESULT_OUTPUT_UNITS.

An angle interpreted with respect to the pixel coordinate system is always measured counter-clockwise. For information on the angle's direction of rotation when interpreting the angle with respect to the relative coordinate system, see the Angle convention in MIL subsection of the Working with real-world units section of Chapter 26: Calibrating your camera setup.

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Retrieves the maximum Feret diameter of each edge.

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Retrieves the average Feret diameter at all the angles checked (see M_NUMBER_OF_FERETS).

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Retrieves the angle, in degrees, at which the minimum Feret diameter is found, relative to the output coordinate system specified using MedgeControl() with M_RESULT_OUTPUT_UNITS.

An angle interpreted with respect to the pixel coordinate system is always measured counter-clockwise. For information on the angle's direction of rotation when interpreting the angle with respect to the relative coordinate system, see the Angle convention in MIL subsection of the Working with real-world units section of Chapter 26: Calibrating your camera setup.

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Retrieves the minimum Feret diameter of each edge.

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Retrieves the X-Feret value of each edge. This is the dimension of the minimum bounding box of an edge in the horizontal direction.

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Retrieves the Y-Feret value of each edge. This is the dimension of the minimum bounding box of an edge in the vertical direction.

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Retrieves the coordinates of each edge's first point.

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Returns the first point X-coordinate of each edge.

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Returns the first point Y-coordinate of each edge.

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Retrieves the X-coordinate of each edge's first point.

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Retrieves the Y-coordinate of each edge's first point.

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Retrieves the label value of each edge in an image. The label value is a positive integer greater or equal to one; each edge in an image has a unique label value.

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Retrieves the length of each edge. M_LENGTH gives a more accurate but slower approximation of the edge's length than M_FAST_LENGTH.

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Retrieves the A variable of the line that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the B variable of the line that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the C variable of the line that is the best fit for each edge.

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Retrieves the fit error of the line that is the best fit for each edge. This is calculated as the average quadratic error.

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Retrieves the moment elongation of each edge.

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Returns the following.

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Specifies the moment elongation of each edge. Values closer to 1.0 are considered to have a low elongation, while values closer to 0.0 are considered to have a high elongation. For example, a straight edge has a null elongation value, while a circular edge has an elongation of 1.0.

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Retrieves the angle, in degrees, of the principal axis along each edge's moment elongation, relative to the output coordinate system specified using MedgeControl() with M_RESULT_OUTPUT_UNITS.

An angle interpreted with respect to the pixel coordinate system is always measured counter-clockwise. For information on the angle's direction of rotation when interpreting the angle with respect to the relative coordinate system, see the Angle convention in MIL subsection of the Working with real-world units section of Chapter 26: Calibrating your camera setup.

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Retrieves the X- and Y-position of each edge. The position of the edge is defined by the middle edgel of the edge.

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Returns the X-position of each edge.

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Returns the Y-position of each edge.

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Retrieves the X-position of each edge. The position of the edge is defined by the middle edgel of the edge.

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Retrieves the Y-position of each edge. The position of the edge is defined by the middle edgel of the edge.

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Retrieves the number of edgels in each edge.

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