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==Description==
 
==Description==
The xml file containing 2D coordinates can be generated using interfaces SaisieAppuisInit and
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The xml file containing 2D coordinates can be generated using interfaces [[SaisieAppuisInit]] and
 
SaisieAppuisPredic in Linux.
 
SaisieAppuisPredic in Linux.
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When the global transform between ground control points and image relative orientations is known,
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we can switch to the predictive interface SaisieAppuisPredic which will display the remaining ground
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control points, loaded from the Xml file AppRTL.xml. You need to adjust points image location and
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validate them.
  
 
===Syntax===
 
===Syntax===
The global syntax for SaisieAppuisPredic is <br>
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The global syntax for SaisieAppuisPredic is  
<code>mm3d SaisieAppuisPredic + arguments</code>
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<pre>mm3d SaisieAppuisPredic FullName Orientation FileForGroundControlPoints FileForImageMeasurements </pre>
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===Help===
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You can access to the help by typing :
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<pre>mm3d SaisieAppuisPredic -help </pre>
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Mandatory unnamed args :
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*string :: {Full Name (Dir+Pattern)}
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*string :: {Orientation}
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*string :: {File for Ground Control Points}
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*string :: {File for Image Measurements}
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Named args :
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*[Name=SzW] Pt2di :: {Size of global window (Def 800 800)}
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*[Name=NbF] Pt2di :: {Number of Sub Window (Def 2 2)}
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*[Name=WBlur] REAL :: {Size IN GROUND GEOMETRY of bluring for target}
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*[Name=Type] string :: {in [MaxLoc,MinLoc,GeoCube]}
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*[Name=ForceGray] bool :: {Force gray image, def=true}
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*[Name=OriMode] string :: {Orientation type (GRID) (Def=Std)}
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*[Name=ZMoy] REAL :: {Average Z, Mandatory in PB}
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*[Name=ZInc] REAL :: {Incertitude on Z, Mandatory in PB}
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*[Name=Masq3D] string :: {3D Masq used for visibility}
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*[Name=PIMsF] string :: {PIMs filter used for visibility}
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*[Name=InputSec] string :: {PIMs filter used for visibility}
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===Example===
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For example with the Saint-Michel de Cuxa dataset :
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<pre>mm3d SaisieAppuisPredic "Abbey-.*jpg" RTL-Init AppRTL.xml MesureFinale.xml</pre>

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Description

The xml file containing 2D coordinates can be generated using interfaces SaisieAppuisInit and SaisieAppuisPredic in Linux. When the global transform between ground control points and image relative orientations is known, we can switch to the predictive interface SaisieAppuisPredic which will display the remaining ground control points, loaded from the Xml file AppRTL.xml. You need to adjust points image location and validate them.

Syntax

The global syntax for SaisieAppuisPredic is

mm3d SaisieAppuisPredic FullName Orientation FileForGroundControlPoints FileForImageMeasurements 

Help

You can access to the help by typing :

mm3d SaisieAppuisPredic -help 

Mandatory unnamed args :

  • string :: {Full Name (Dir+Pattern)}
  • string :: {Orientation}
  • string :: {File for Ground Control Points}
  • string :: {File for Image Measurements}

Named args :

  • [Name=SzW] Pt2di :: {Size of global window (Def 800 800)}
  • [Name=NbF] Pt2di :: {Number of Sub Window (Def 2 2)}
  • [Name=WBlur] REAL :: {Size IN GROUND GEOMETRY of bluring for target}
  • [Name=Type] string :: {in [MaxLoc,MinLoc,GeoCube]}
  • [Name=ForceGray] bool :: {Force gray image, def=true}
  • [Name=OriMode] string :: {Orientation type (GRID) (Def=Std)}
  • [Name=ZMoy] REAL :: {Average Z, Mandatory in PB}
  • [Name=ZInc] REAL :: {Incertitude on Z, Mandatory in PB}
  • [Name=Masq3D] string :: {3D Masq used for visibility}
  • [Name=PIMsF] string :: {PIMs filter used for visibility}
  • [Name=InputSec] string :: {PIMs filter used for visibility}

Example

For example with the Saint-Michel de Cuxa dataset :

mm3d SaisieAppuisPredic "Abbey-.*jpg" RTL-Init AppRTL.xml MesureFinale.xml