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Find and refine reseau points in a cube

Overview Parameters

Description

This program will read in a cube and refine the positions of the Reseau points. It will also modify the cube's label so the Reseaus are matched with sub-pixel accuracy. The new reseau coordinate set is then set to "Refined", and the validity of the pixels that have nothing wrong will be set to 1.

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History

Leah Dahmer2005-05-06 Original version
Elizabeth Miller2005-10-05 Moved from utilities into mission categories
Jacob Danton2006-05-24 Modified the registration algorithm on edge and corner reseaus.
Tracie Sucharski2006-08-07 Changed call to Chip::Load because a scale factor was added to the method.
Brendan George2006-09-28 Documentation fixes
Steven Lambright2008-06-23 Updated to properly check AutoReg::Register()'s return status
Jeannie Walldren2010-08-02 Updated to use new SearchChip SubchipValidPercent value from the template.

Parameter Groups

Files

Name Description
FROM Input file to be read
REGDEF The Auto Registration template

Marking Options

Name Description
MARK Mark the reseaus with a centered white pixel?
X

Files: FROM


Description

The cube to be used to extract Reseau points from.

Type cube
File Mode input
Filter *.cub
Close Window
X

Files: REGDEF


Description

The template to use with the AutoReg class. Default will be maximum correlation function with a tolerance of 0.7, a search cube of 21x21 pixels, and a pattern cube of 9x9 pixels.

Type filename
File Mode input
Internal Default $base/templates/AutoReg/findrx.def
Filter *.def
Close Window
X

Marking Options: MARK


Description

This option will enable marking onto the cube file, writing a tiny white pixel in the center of the refined reseau. This is mostly used for testing purposes, but it can also be used for verification.

Type boolean
Default false
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