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returns a version of image that is aligned with the reference image ref.
gives the result of aligning each of the with the reference image ref.
uses as the reference image.
- ImageAlign[image1,image2] finds a transformation of that registers it with and returns the result of applying this transformation to .
- ImageAlign works with arbitrary 2D and 3D images.
- Resulting images have the same dimensions as the reference image.
- The following options can be specified:
Background Automatic background value Method Automatic alignment method to use TransformationClass Automatic geometrical relation between images
- Possible settings for the Method option are:
Automatic automatically choose a suitable method "Keypoints" use corresponding keypoints "MeanSquareGradientDescent" minimize the mean square distance of corresponding pixels "Fourier" Fourier-based registration "FourierBlurInvariant" blur invariant Fourier-based registration
- With the default setting TransformationClass->Automatic, ImageAlign attempts to find the simplest possible transformation.
- Possible transformations in order of increasing complexity are:
"Translation" translation only "Rigid" translation and rotation "Similarity" translation, rotation, and scaling "Affine" linear transformation and translation "Perspective" linear fractional transformation