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NAME

       ('mia\-2dseries\-segdistance',) - Evaluate mean distance between segmentations.

SYNOPSIS

       mia-2dseries-segdistance -i <in-file> [options]

DESCRIPTION

       mia-2dseries-segdistance Get the mean distance of a segmentation boundary to the reference
       boundary.

OPTIONS

              -i --in-file=(input, required); string
                     input segmentation set

              -r --reference=20
                     reference frame

              -k --skip=0
                     skip images at the beginning

   Help & Info
              -V --verbose=warning
                     verbosity of output, print messages of given level  and  higher  priorities.
                     Supported priorities starting at lowest level are:

                        info ‐ Low level messages
                        trace ‐ Function call trace
                        fail ‐ Report test failures
                        warning ‐ Warnings
                        error ‐ Report errors
                        debug ‐ Debug output
                        message ‐ Normal messages
                        fatal ‐ Report only fatal errors

                 --copyright
                     print copyright information

              -h --help
                     print this help

              -? --usage
                     print a short help

                 --version
                     print the version number and exit

   Processing
                 --threads=-1
                     Maxiumum number of threads to use for processing,This number should be lower
                     or equal to the number of logical  processor  cores  in  the  machine.  (-1:
                     automatic estimation).

EXAMPLE

       Evaluate  the  mean  absolute  border distanceof the segmentations of set segment.set with
       respect to the segmentation given in frame 20.

       mia-2dseries-segdistance  -i segment.set -r 20

AUTHOR(s)

       Gert Wollny

COPYRIGHT

       This software is Copyright (c) 1999‐2015 Leipzig, Germany and  Madrid,  Spain.   It  comes
       with   ABSOLUTELY   NO  WARRANTY  and  you  may redistribute it under the terms of the GNU
       GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3 (or later). For more information run the program with the
       option '--copyright'.