Calculating maximum distance from 3 different points

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So I generate a test array and three points (Q) using command window:
pixels = zeros(1,3,3,'uint8');
pixels(:,:,1) = [54,50,45];
pixels(:,:,2) = [48,52,43];
pixels(:,:,3) = [50,41,47];
Q1 = [54,48,50];
Q2 = [50,52,41];
Q3 = [45,43,47];
I use my first function which calculates the median of pixels and this is put into an array e.g P=[54,55,76].
I use my second function to calculate the distance between pixels, which is:
[squaredDistance] = PixelDistance(P,Q)
However, I need to subtract Q1 from P as well as Q2 from P and Q3 from P using squared distance formula e.g
P=[54,55,76]
Q1 = [54,48,50]
[squaredDistance] = PixelDistance(P,Q1)
The question is how do I subtract Q1,Q2, and Q3 given that the function only works with Q?
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Sara Foster
Sara Foster on 8 Sep 2019
They were just randomly generated numbers, and I could pass all three in, but I was wondering if there was a shorter way?

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Answers (1)

Jyotish Kumar
Jyotish Kumar on 12 Nov 2019
Edited: Jyotish Kumar on 12 Nov 2019
Hi,
If the code is vectorizable, PixelDistance(P, [Q1;Q2;Q3]) should give the desired output.
If not, to achieve a shorter way to compute the distances w.r.t all Qs at once, the code needs to be vectorized.

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