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 +=====  FT_WARP_OPTIM =====
 +Note that this reference documentation is identical to the help that is displayed in MATLAB when you type "help ft_warp_optim"​.
 +  <a href=/​reference/​ft_warp_optim><​font color=green>​FT_WARP_OPTIM</​font></​a>​ determine intermediate positions using warping (deformation)
 +  the input cloud of points is warped to match the target.
 +  The strategy is to start with simpelest linear warp, followed by a more
 +  elaborate linear warp, which then is followed by the nonlinear warps up
 +  to the desired order.
 +  [result, M] = ft_warp_pnt(input,​ target, method)
 +      input          contains the Nx3 measured 3D positions
 +      target ​        ​contains the Nx3 template 3D positions
 +      method ​        ​should be any of 
 +                      '​rigidbody'​
 +                      '​globalrescale'​
 +                      '​traditional'​ (default)
 +                      '​nonlin1'​
 +                      '​nonlin2'​
 +                      '​nonlin3'​
 +                      '​nonlin4'​
 +                      '​nonlin5'​
 +  The default warping method is a traditional linear warp with individual
 +  rescaling in each dimension. Optionally you can select a nonlinear warp
 +  of the 1st (affine) up to the 5th order.
 +  When available, this function will use the MATLAB optimization toolbox.
 +  See also <a href=/​reference/​ft_warp_apply><​font color=green>​FT_WARP_APPLY</​font></​a>,​ FT_WARP_ERRROR