Seeing as how often many programmers struggle with the same issue twice, I decided to start this blog. I will try to note the problems that I encountered during my coding here so that when I, or other programmers, encounter them again the solution is already available somewhere.

I will note the issues that required more than a simple Google search to solve.

Never get stuck on the same issue twice! 🙂


    • elham on February 18, 2019 at 12:01 PM
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    Dear Mr. Maghoumi

    I have a question about a compilation error in Windows 10.
    I am trying to compile some code, but an error is occurred.

    Error using mex
    fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: ‘sys/times.h’: No such file or directory

    Error in build (line 7)
    mex -largeArrayDims -v CXXFLAGS=”\$CXXFLAGS -O3 -DNOBLAS” -outdir ../ correspondPixels.cc csa.cc
    kofn.cc match.cc Exception.cc Matrix.cc Random.cc String.cc Timer.cc

    and the link of code is: https://github.com/TesterTi/Agreement , that the function of ‘build.m’ should be run. The code of GitHub is for Linux.

    I’ve also seen your site and unfortunately I don’t have enough knowledge to work in this matter.
    How do I get sys/times.hin Windows10?

    I would be grateful if you could help me regarding this issue,
    Thank you and Best Regards,

    1. Did you see this post? https://www.codefull.net/2015/12/systime-h-replacement-for-windows/
      Did you try that already?

    • Jonathan on June 19, 2019 at 1:03 PM
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    Dr Merhan Maghoumi

    I came across your website when I was doing my research. I am using a Kinect V2 sensor to detect an object, find its 3D coordinates, send them to a robot via TCP/IP so that the robot will move to the object and pick it up.

    I have done the image processing on a red object and found its coordinates. I now need to find the depth (or rather distance) of the object from the sensor so that I can be able to manipulate objects of different heights automatically. Can you help me on how I can achieve this mapping of an RGB pixel to depth?

    I saw you depth registration function on your website and am not really sure how it comes into play. I did not really understand it. Could you please explain to me in light of my request and what I want to achieve, how I can use your function to get depth.

    Your response will be greatly appreciated.


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