Ethernet/Fast Ethernet/Gig Ethernet Distances over media
I was hoping someone could help me out here...
Has anyone seen a chart/matrix which shows distance limitations for
Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Gig Ethernet over the various media types? I
have googled for the information and found what I need for Ethernet, but not
as a single chart. Also, there seems to be some conflicting information out
Thanks for your time
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
"Chris Harvey" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I was hoping someone could help me out here...
>...passing a matrix to simulink, using S-Function
I am having trouble passing a matrix from an S-function into the
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The following is the error i am getting:
Output returned by S-function 'call_rt_oa' in 'aduuv_oa/realtime_oa'
d...chebyshev distance, manhattan distance, mahalanobis distance
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Take a look at the NORM function in MATLAB.
for the Manalanobis distance
for the Euclidean
and so on. The source code to these functions is encrypted, but you can call
them in MATLAB directly if that's useful.
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I have a constant block driving other blocks in a subsystem block. if
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> Before I go and reinvent the wheel, is there any implementation out
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2001. Google has it.
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> the...Protected Constructor 28254
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How to mask a Simulink block so that other people can not see what's
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"Peter " <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Is there anyone out...image distance
how can i find distance between 2 images using SSD(sum squared distance) or euclidean distance? (comparison of training and test images)
On Oct 7, 12:27=A0am, "Taj Mahmud" <tajmah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> how can i find distance between 2 images using SSD(sum squared distance) =
or euclidean distance? (comparison of training and test images)
Wouldn't it just be
ssd =3D sum(sum((image2-image1)^2))
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> On Oct 7, 12:27=A0am, "Taj Mahmud" <tajmah...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >...distance vs squared distance
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i need to compute the euclidian distance for some images.
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i hav 9 categories in total, and each categories consist of 100++ images.
how can i do this in matlab.
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anyone can help ?
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