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Geometric Shape Recognition & Find Extreme Points in C#

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Hi,

Can anyone tell me how to recognize geometric shape using C#?

I have geometric shapes like triangle, hexagon, pentagon, diamond, square,parallelogram, rectangle, etc.
I have drawn all these shapes using mspaint.

i have one picture box, using opendialog i am selecting any of the geometric shapes, into picturebox.
I want to identify the shape of the image & extreme points. As it is hand made image, i want to draw a proper image using extreme points.

If anyone has some code or some references, then please send it to me...

I need it very very urgently.

Thanks,
Riya
May 6 '10 #1
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tlhintoq
3,525 Expert 2GB
You can forget about the "urgently" part. Shape recognition is not something you are going to learn and comprehend after reading a 4 paragraph description.

Original Poster: I don't know how to use a search engine. Could someone do it for me?
http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=C%23+shape+...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
May 6 '10 #2
itrose
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Pattern matching in Digital image processing in C#?
May 7 '10 #3
itrose
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@tlhintoq
Hi Can anybody please help me?????

Pattern matching in digital image processing in C#?
May 7 '10 #4
Monomachus
127 Expert 100+
@itrose
I think you didn't got it but based on the link my fellow tlhintoq gave you I found this one to be pretty much what you need.

http://samsood.blogspot.com/2006/05/...n-using-c.html
May 7 '10 #5
tlhintoq
3,525 Expert 2GB
ITROSE: Please stop double posting your questions in different areas of Bytes. It divides efforts to help you. Your posts have been merged.
May 7 '10 #6
itrose
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@Monomachus
Hi, Monomachus

Earlier I already tried that link, but it is giving error. I am not able to build the program properly. If you can help me in building the program then it will be really very helpful, as i am new to C# & also shape recognition.

I am not able to understand the flow of that program.

Actually, I need to submit the program in the college within next week, so if somebody can help me in this then it will be really gr8.
May 8 '10 #7
tlhintoq
3,525 Expert 2GB
Actually, I need to submit the program in the college within next week
Doing school work for students is strictly against policy. We can help you with problems not directly related to the writing of code for your project, but that's about it.

I am not able to build the program properly.
You need to be more specific. Why will your project not build? What is the error you are getting when you try to build?
May 8 '10 #8
itrose
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Hi,

Sorry i am modifying my previous post question, with more clarification.

I need to compare 2 jpeg images, both contains same geometric shapes like triangle, hesagon, pentagone, square, etc.

I need to convert the jpg image into binary format and then compare them.

If both are not equal then find the extreme points and draw the proper shape of the image.

So, After converting it into binary, how can i find vectors of all the points and then extreme points?

Thanks
Riya
May 8 '10 #9
tlhintoq
3,525 Expert 2GB
Please don't double-post your questions. It divides attempts to help you in an organized and cohesive manner. Your threads have been merged
May 8 '10 #10
tlhintoq
3,525 Expert 2GB
You've been asked before to not start new threads for this same subject, but you did it again. I merged your threads, again.

You've been given links to sites for this topic. This is your schoolwork. You actually need to study the sites and samples given to you. Nobody here is going to write your code for you. We are not being graded - you are. This is not our school work.

itRose: . I am not able to build the program properly.
I'll ask you again... When you tell Visual Studio to build your project... What error are you getting?
May 8 '10 #11

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