Woolz Image Processing
Version 1.7.0

WlzRegisterCCor [h] [v] [o<out obj>] [i <init tr>] [n] [r] [t] [w <win fn>] [R #] [T #,#] [V] [<in obj 0>] [<in obj 1>]
h  Help, prints usage message. 
o  Output file name for affine transform. 
i  Initial affine transform object. 
n  Use Gaussian noise (may be useful inplace of a window function). 
r  Find the rigid body (aka registration) transform, default. 
t  Find the translation only transform. 
w  Window function name, this must be one of: blackman, hamming, hanning, none, parzen, rectangle or welch. 
R  Maximum rotation. 
T  Maximum translation. 
V  Invert grey values. Objects must have the background with low and the foreground with high values. 
WlzRegisterCCor w hamming o outtr.wlz R 10 T 20,30 r in0.wlz in1.wlzA rigid body affine transform is found by registering in1.wlz to in0.wlz using a crosscorrelation based registration algorithm, with a Hamming window function being used to reduce the effect of the source and target image boundaries. The affine transform is then written to outtr.wlz. The maximum rotation in a single itteration is 10 degrees and the maximum translation in a single itteration is 20 columns and 30 rows.