1  %transform LIF images to concentration images


2 


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20 


21  function [DataOut]=ima2concentration(DataIn,XmlData)


22 


23  %% request input parameters


24  DataOut=[];


25  if (isfield(DataIn,'Action') && isfield(DataIn.Action,'RUN') && isequal(DataIn.Action.RUN,0))


26  return


27  end


28  if ~isfield(XmlData,'LIFCalib')


29  msgbox_uvmat('ERROR','no LIF calibration data available, first run LIFCalib in uvmat')


30  return


31  end


32  cpath=which('uvmat');


33  addpath(fullfile(fileparts(cpath),'transform_field'))% define path for phys_polar.m


34 


35  %% Transform images to polar coordinates with origin at the light source position


36  XmlData.TransformInput.PolarCentre=XmlData.LIFCalib.LightOrigin; %position of the laser origin [x, y]


37  DataIn.Action.RUN=1;% avoid input menu in phys_polar


38  DataOut=phys_polar(DataIn,XmlData);


39  [npangle,npr]=size(DataOut.A);%size of the image in polar coordinates


40  dX=(DataOut.Coord_x(2)DataOut.Coord_x(1))/(npr1);% radial step


41 


42  %% introduce the reference line where the laser enters the fluid region


43  r_edge=XmlData.LIFCalib.RefLineRadius'*ones(1,npr);% radial position of the reference line extended as a matrix (npx,npy)


44  A_ref=XmlData.LIFCalib.RefLineLum'*ones(1,npr);% luminosity on the reference line extended as a matrix (npx,npy)


45  R=ones(npangle,1)*linspace(DataOut.Coord_x(1), DataOut.Coord_x(2),npr);%radial coordinate extended as a matrix (npx,npy)


46 


47  %gamma_coeff=XmlData.LIFCalib.DecayRate;


48  DataOut.A(R<r_edge)=0;


49  DataOut.A=double(DataOut.A)./A_ref;% renormalize the luminosity with the reference luminosity at the same azimuth on the reference line


50  I=(r_edgedX*XmlData.LIFCalib.DecayRate.*cumsum(R.*DataOut.A,2))./R;% expected laser intensity along the line


51  DataOut.A=DataOut.A./I;%concentration normalized by the uniform concentration assumed in the ref image used for calibration


52  DataOut.A(I<=0)=0;% eliminate values obtained with I<=0


53 


54  DataOut=polar2phys(DataOut);% back to phys cartesian coordinates with origin at the light source


55  DataOut.A=uint16(1000*DataOut.A);% concentration multiplied by 1000 to get an image


56  DataOut.Coord_x=DataOut.Coord_x+XmlData.LIFCalib.LightOrigin(1);%shift to original cartesian coordinates


57  DataOut.Coord_y=DataOut.Coord_y+XmlData.LIFCalib.LightOrigin(2);


58 


59 


60  function DataOut=polar2phys(DataIn)


61  %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%


62  DataOut=DataIn; %default


63  [npy,npx]=size(DataIn.A);


64  dx=(DataIn.Coord_x(2)DataIn.Coord_x(1))/(npx1); %mesh along radius


65  dy=(DataIn.Coord_y(2)DataIn.Coord_y(1))/(npy1);%mesh along azimuth


66 


67  %% create cartesian coordinates in the domain defined by the four image corners


68  rcorner=[DataIn.Coord_x(1) DataIn.Coord_x(2) DataIn.Coord_x(1) DataIn.Coord_x(2)];% radius of the corners


69  ycorner=[DataIn.Coord_y(2) DataIn.Coord_y(2) DataIn.Coord_y(1) DataIn.Coord_y(1)];% azimuth of the corners


70  thetacorner=pi*ycorner/180;% azimuth in radians


71  [Xcorner,Ycorner] = pol2cart(thetacorner,rcorner);% cartesian coordinates of the corners (with respect to lser source)


72  RangeX(1)=min(Xcorner);


73  RangeX(2)=max(Xcorner);


74  RangeY(2)=min(Ycorner);


75  RangeY(1)=max(Ycorner);


76  x=linspace(RangeX(1),RangeX(2),npx);%coordinates of the new pixels


77  y=linspace(RangeY(2),RangeY(1),npy);


78  [X,Y]=meshgrid(x,y);%grid for new pixels in cartesian coordinates


79 


80  %% image indices corresponding to the cartesian grid


81  [Theta,R] = cart2pol(X,Y);%corresponding polar coordiantes


82  Theta=180*Theta/pi;%angles in degrees


83  Theta=1round((ThetaDataIn.Coord_y(2))/dy); %angular index along y (dy negative)


84  R=1+round((RDataIn.Coord_x(1))/dx); %angular index along x


85  R=reshape(R,1,npx*npy);%indices reorganized in 'line'


86  Theta=reshape(Theta,1,npx*npy);


87  flagin=R>=1 & R<=npx & Theta >=1 & Theta<=npy;%flagin=1 inside the original image


88  vec_A=reshape(DataIn.A,1,npx*npy);%put the original image in line


89  ind_in=find(flagin);


90  ind_out=find(~flagin);


91  ICOMB=((R1)*npy+(npy+1Theta));


92  ICOMB=ICOMB(flagin);%index corresponding to XIMA and YIMA in the aligned original image vec_A


93  vec_B(ind_in)=vec_A(ICOMB);


94  vec_B(ind_out)=zeros(size(ind_out));


95  DataOut.A=flipdim(reshape(vec_B,npy,npx),1);%new image in real coordinates


96  DataOut.Coord_x=RangeX;


97  DataOut.Coord_y=RangeY;


98 

