(Compiled by DL)
Purpose: Generates the run script and .INN files required to batch autoregister new images.
make_script.in - text file containing the names of the images to batch autoregister.
make_scriptA.seed - text file containing the autoregister option commands for batch registering images.
NB: autoregister requires a number of directories and files - refer to relevant guide.
- run_script.b - run script for batch image autoregistration.
- .INN files - autoregister seed file for each image.
- .OOT files - standard output from autoregister for each image.
SUMFILES/ - Landmarks are added to the image's SUMFILE. Spacecraft/camera position/attitude are updated upon user acceptance of alignment shifts;
LMKFILES/ - Image names are added to the LMKFILES.
Create Input Files
Example make_script.in file:
P00045000450 P00045000451 P00045000452 END
NB: A space must precede each image filename.
Example make_scriptA.seed file (see make_scriptA.seed for further details):
a 0,65,.25,0,3 1 2 n 0 n o .5 4 b 0 q END
make_scriptA generates a .INN file for each image (the image filename appended with the autoregister options contained in the make_scriptA.seed file. Example P00045000450.INN file:
P00045000450 y 0.5 n a 0,65,.25,0,3 1 2 n 0 n o .5 4 b 0 q
make_scriptA also generates the run script - run_script.b:
rm -f P00045000450.OOT /usr/local/bin/AUTOREGISTER < P00045000450.INN > P00045000450.OOT cp LMRK_DISPLAY1.pgm ./TESTFILES/P00045000450.pgm rm -f P00045000451.OOT /usr/local/bin/AUTOREGISTER < P00045000451.INN > P00045000451.OOT cp LMRK_DISPLAY1.pgm ./TESTFILES/P00045000451.pgm rm -f P00045000452.OOT /usr/local/bin/AUTOREGISTER < P00045000452.INN > P00045000452.OOT cp LMRK_DISPLAY1.pgm ./TESTFILES/P00045000452.pgm
Batch Autoregister Images
autoregister uses the file LMRKLISTX.TXT to pre- screen the maplets, so if maplets have been added or deleted recently, the procedure make_lmrklistX should be run.
The autoregister standard output for each image is captured in the .OOT files. The user must review the .OOT files to ascertain the success of the batch image autoregistration process. (A find-nofit program does not currently exist for batch image autoregistration.)