fitellipse 1.0

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CreatedCreated : Aug 18, 2007
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There are two main methods for least squares ellipse ...

There are two main methods for least squares ellipse fitting:
1) Minimise algebraic distance, i. e. minimise sum(F(x)^2) subject to some constraint, where F(x) = x'Ax b'x c
This is a linear least squares problem, and thus cheap to compute. There are many different possible constraints, and these produce different fits. fitellipse by Richard Brown supplies two:
[z, a, b, al] = fitellipse 1.0(x, 'linear')
[z, a, b, al] = fitellipse [fitellipse1.0.exe](x, 'linear', 'constraint', 'trace')
See published demo file for more information.
2) Minimise geometric distance - i. e. the sum of squared distance from the data points to the ellipse. This is a more desirable fit, as it has some geometric meaning. Unfortunately, it is a nonlinear problem and requires an iterative method (e. g. Gauss Newton) to solve it. This is implemented as the default option in fitellipse - 0MB. If it fails to converge, it fails gracefully (with a warning), returning the linear least squares estimate used to derive the start value
[z, a, b, alpha] = fitellipse 1.0(x)
plotellipse(z, a, b, alpha) can be used to plot the fitted ellipses
Demands:
• MATLAB Release: R14SP3

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