# Name

vrdg - Calculate the weight between set of common lines using voronoi diagram.

# Usage

weight = Util.vrdg(image1,image2)

## Input

- image1
- This should be an one dimensional vector stored in the form of a image, and whose each pixel value represents the angle theta between two common lines.
- image2
- This should be an one dimensional vector stored in the form of a image, and whose each pixel value represents the angle phi between two common lines.

## Output

- weight
- Returns the weight for each common line using voronoi.

# Description

- The vrdg command takes in set of theta and phi between common lines and calculates the voronoi weights. (i.e) If there are N projections then there would be N(N-1)/2 common lines.

# Author / Maintainer

Pawel A. Penczek

# Keywords

- category 1
- UTILITIES

# Files

util_sparx.cpp

# Maturity

- beta
- works for author, often works for others.