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how to plot gaussian filter using meshgrid Function

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To plot a function of two variables, you need to generate u and v matrices consisting of repeated rows and columns, respectively, over the domain of the function H and D. Use Matlab documentation to learn about the meshgrid function, and then use it to define u and v.
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Jan
Jan il 24 Lug 2017
Modificato: Jan il 24 Lug 2017
This looks like a homework question. If this is true, please mention this, because the another type of answers is required. 1. Submitting a solution given by someone else might be treated as cheating in your university. 2. The question contains " Use Matlab documentation to learn", and providing a solution will not support this.
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Sonny Revell
Sonny Revell il 21 Feb 2021
I feel differently. Often times the instructors are not clear or understandable and we have to "learn on our own" from examples. The obscure lecture topic became clear from the examples from this forum. You Jan have "filled in the blanks" many times for me. Perhaps you should ask the instructors to be clear on the topics. Thanks Jan.

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John BG
John BG il 23 Lug 2017
Hi Khalid
1.
generating U and V with meshgrid
N=4;M=4;dN=.01;dM=.01;
[U,V]=meshgrid([-N:dN:N],[-M:dM:M]);
2.
the signal
s=10;
H=exp(-1/s^2*((U-N/2).^2+(V-M/2).^2));
2.
plotting
hs=surf(U,V,H);hs.EdgeColor='none'
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note I have extended the plot limits to [-N N] and [-M M], since the question reads [1 N] [1 M] the plot would be just a quarter 'chunk' of the cake, not including the peak
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thanks in advance
John BG
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Khalid Khan
Khalid Khan il 24 Lug 2017
thanks for helping me but there is one more problem. how and text on plot
Evaluate the function H and generate a mesh surface in Matlab and use the Matlab command text, place a string ‘H(u,v)’ above the peak location specified by the point (N/2,M/2,1.25).
How to evaluate H
Here Is My code for the text arrow
text(N/2,M/2,1.25,'\uparrow H(u,v)');
Help me out.
Jan
Jan il 24 Lug 2017
@Khalid Khan: You draw the text at z=1.25, but the Z-axis limit is at 1.0. You can use the zlim commadn to adjust this, but it looks strange that "the peak location specified by the point (N/2,M/2,1.25)" does not seem to match the current value.

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