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Research student in Optimum Experimental Design, part of the Heidelberg Graduate School of Mathematical and Computational Methods for the Sciences and the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing of the Heidelberg University.

Computational linguist by education and functional programmer by heart.

Developing happily in Haskell / C, F#, Mathematica.


Politically correctly speaking, really dislikes Java.


Nov
24
comment Shading regions in ParametricPlot
torn[] - tearing apart all context and courtesy by unasked for boldness, since no idea when! Thank you for the visual harassment I guess ^^
Sep
24
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29
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Mar
26
comment Automatically shrink stretched images back to their original dimensions
@YvesKlett it is about a working examplery implementation in Mathematica but general answers with hints might also be useful.
Mar
26
asked Automatically shrink stretched images back to their original dimensions
Feb
20
comment Maximum size of TIF files in Mathematica
@AlexanderSchmitz ... or any options passed to .*[Ii]nstall.* functions being persisted across Mathematica sessions / restarts. See InstallJava: launches the Java runtime and prepares it to be used from Mathematica.
Feb
20
comment Maximum size of TIF files in Mathematica
@AlexanderSchmitz I strongly believe that you should NOT restart Mathematica after using ReinstallJava. Contrary to what its name may imply ReinstallJava works for the current session only and does not persist any custom options across Mathematica sessions. This is what I remember from the time I used NETLink to integrate .NET/WCF network services seamlessly: equivalent Uninstall/Install/Reinstall functions in NETLink work for the current session only; I had two separate Mathematica processes on the same machine and I could keep reinstalling NETLink in one without affecting the other ...
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Feb
17
revised What is the fastest way to locate an image inside a larger image?
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Feb
17
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Feb
17
comment What is the fastest way to locate an image inside a larger image?
I got Position2D to work if a binarize the images beforehand.
Feb
17
comment What is the fastest way to locate an image inside a larger image?
@David TransformationMatrix seems to be what you are looking for.
Feb
17
comment What is the fastest way to locate an image inside a larger image?
@Heike, updated the question with a final screenshot using ImageCorrelate.
Feb
17
comment What is the fastest way to locate an image inside a larger image?
@Szabolcs thank you for pointing output Binarize.
Feb
17
revised What is the fastest way to locate an image inside a larger image?
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Feb
17
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Feb
17
accepted What is the fastest way to locate an image inside a larger image?