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### Sometimes Surface Matching Code give anonymous

Hello, I am trying to run the surface matching code with this parameters,

ppf_match_3d::PPF3DDetector detector(0.025, 0.05,30); detector.match(pcTest, results, 1.0/4.0, 0.05);

Sometimes it gives a very accurate result. Sometimes it gives a totally anonymous result. Any suggestion? I have attached a good and a bad result(/upfiles/15403114362169748.png)

### Sometimes Surface Matching Code give anonymous

Hello, I am trying to run the surface matching code with this parameters,

ppf_match_3d::PPF3DDetector detector(0.025, 0.05,30); detector.match(pcTest, results, 1.0/4.0, 0.05);

Sometimes it gives a very accurate result. Sometimes it gives a totally anonymous result. result with no overlap of points. Any suggestion? I have attached a good and a bad result(/upfiles/15403114362169748.png)

### Sometimes Surface Matching Code give anonymous

Hello, I am trying to run the surface matching code with this parameters,

ppf_match_3d::PPF3DDetector detector(0.025, 0.05,30); detector.match(pcTest, results, 1.0/4.0, 0.05);

Sometimes it gives a very accurate result. Sometimes it gives a totally anonymous result with no overlap of points. Any suggestion? I have attached a good and a bad result(/upfiles/15403114362169748.png)

### Sometimes Surface Matching Code give anonymousanomalous results

Hello, I am trying to run the surface matching code with this parameters,

ppf_match_3d::PPF3DDetector detector(0.025, 0.05,30); detector.match(pcTest, results, 1.0/4.0, 0.05);

Sometimes it gives a very accurate result. Sometimes it gives a totally anonymous a anomalous result with no overlap of points. Any suggestion? I have attached a good and a bad result(/upfiles/15403114362169748.png)

### Sometimes Surface Matching Code give anomalous results

Hello, I am trying to run the surface matching code with this parameters,

ppf_match_3d::PPF3DDetector detector(0.025, 0.05,30);
detector.match(pcTest, results, 1.0/4.0, 0.05);0.05);


Sometimes it gives a very accurate result. Sometimes it gives a totally a anomalous result with no overlap of points. Any suggestion? I have attached a good and a bad result(/upfiles/15403114362169748.png)