Operators

# hom_mat2d_rotate (Operator)

## Name

hom_mat2d_rotate — Add a rotation to a homogeneous 2D transformation matrix.

## Signature

hom_mat2d_rotate( : : HomMat2D, Phi, Px, Py : HomMat2DRotate)

## Description

hom_mat2d_rotate adds a rotation by the angle Phi to the homogeneous 2D transformation matrix HomMat2D and returns the resulting matrix in HomMat2DRotate. The rotation is described by a 2×2 rotation matrix R. It is performed relative to the global (i.e., fixed) coordinate system; this corresponds to the following chain of transformation matrices:

The point (Px,Py) is the fixed point of the transformation, i.e., this point remains unchanged when transformed using HomMat2DRotate. To obtain this behavior, first a translation is added to the input transformation matrix that moves the fixed point onto the origin of the global coordinate system. Then, the rotation is added, and finally a translation that moves the fixed point back to its original position. This corresponds to the following chain of transformations:

To perform the transformation in the local coordinate system, i.e., the one described by HomMat2D, use hom_mat2d_rotate_local.

## Attention

It should be noted that homogeneous transformation matrices refer to a general right-handed mathematical coordinate system. If a homogeneous transformation matrix is used to transform images, regions, XLD contours, or any other data that has been extracted from images, the row coordinates of the transformation must be passed in the x coordinates, while the column coordinates must be passed in the y coordinates. Consequently, the order of passing row and column coordinates follows the usual order (Row,Column). This convention is essential to obtain a right-handed coordinate system for the transformation of iconic data, and consequently to ensure in particular that rotations are performed in the correct mathematical direction.

Note that homogeneous matrices are stored row-by-row as a tuple; the last row is usually not stored because it is identical for all homogeneous matrices that describe an affine transformation. For example, the homogeneous matrix

is stored as the tuple [ra, rb, tc, rd, re, tf]. However, it is also possible to process full 3×3 matrices, which represent a projective 2D transformation.

## Parallelization

• Multithreading type: reentrant (runs in parallel with non-exclusive operators).
• Processed without parallelization.

## Parameters

HomMat2D (input_control)  hom_mat2d (real)

Input transformation matrix.

Phi (input_control)  angle.rad (real / integer)

Rotation angle.

Default value: 0.78

Suggested values: 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.78, 1.57, 3.14

Typical range of values: 0 ≤ Phi ≤ 6.28318530718

Px (input_control)  point.x (real / integer)

Fixed point of the transformation (x coordinate).

Default value: 0

Suggested values: 0, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024

Py (input_control)  point.y (real / integer)

Fixed point of the transformation (y coordinate).

Default value: 0

Suggested values: 0, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024

HomMat2DRotate (output_control)  hom_mat2d (real)

Output transformation matrix.

## Result

If the parameters are valid, the operator hom_mat2d_rotate returns 2 (H_MSG_TRUE). If necessary, an exception is raised.