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I program in C++, Qt, do web programming.


Dec
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accepted Design pattern: static function call with input/output containers?
Nov
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comment Design pattern: static function call with input/output containers?
There isn't any common interface. MyAlgorithmInput is simply a container. There is no other intent behind it, but to encapsulate input/output data.
Nov
6
comment Design pattern: static function call with input/output containers?
Thanks for an extensive explanation! No, my company is not involved in game programming, we work in healthcare. Code obfuscation is not a reason here, because the wrapper is written by our colleagues and is not designed for hiding interface or implementation. Is there perhaps a name for this anti-pattern?
Nov
6
comment Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
@kevincline Could you please elaborate? By extreme do you mean the farthest?
Nov
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comment Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
@kevincline Yes, sum-squared distance.
Nov
5
comment Design pattern: static function call with input/output containers?
@KilianFoth I see it more like lisp, where parameters are passed in as lists and everything can go in as long as the algorithm expects that input. Using classes provides me with some basic parameter-checking. E.g. I can set all values to default in the constructor and force an explicit constructor to be called with the minimum required number of arguments to make sure that all values are initialized. I sort of take out the parameter checks from the algorithm itself into the parameter containers.
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
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accepted Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
Nov
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answered Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
Nov
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asked Design pattern: static function call with input/output containers?
Oct
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comment Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
The question is how. What you suggest is closest-point search, but it is not guaranteed to create the most suitable matching. I am looking for alternative algorithms, maybe global optimization (like in ICP, but not as sophisticated). Besides, I need a method to decide which points are outliers and not simply leave those that have not been coupled in the end.
Oct
22
comment Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
The case is a flexible deformation of space, so that relative position of points will have changed between two sets. Which point should i choose if i have two or more candidates? How do I know that a point is an outlier and should not be coupled?
Oct
21
comment Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
Points in both sets are not located on the same spot. Think of them as some markers in different time points. I would need some metric to decide which points belong together, which points have shifted, which points have disappeared and which points have appeared anew.
Oct
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21
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Oct
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comment Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
@ratchetfreak I do not have any specific logic to brute-force with. I simply have two point sets with 3D coordinates.
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asked Effective and simple matching for 2 unequal small-scale point sets
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