Labels produced by the automation algorithm, returned as a categorical matrix,
structure array, or table.
For algorithms that automate pixel labeling, implement the run
method to return autoLabels
as a categorical
label matrix, where each category represents a pixel label.
For more information, see How Labeler Apps Store Exported Pixel Labels.
For algorithms that automate nonpixel labels, implement the run
method to return a structure array. Each structure in the array contains the labels of a
specific name and type. The method combines labels of the same name and type into a
single structure in the array.
This table describes the columns of the autoLabels
table or
fields of each autoLabels
structure.
Field Name  Description 

Type  labelType enumeration that
contains the type of the label. Valid label types are:

Name  Character vector containing the name of the label. 
Position  Position of labels of the specified Name and
Type . The format of Position depends
on the label type. Label Type  Position Format 

Rectangle — Rectangular region of interest
(ROI) labels 
M by4 numeric matrix of the form [x, y, w, h] , where:
M is the number of labels in the frame.
x and y specify the upperleft corner of the rectangle.
w specifies the width of the rectangle, which is its length along the xaxis.
h specifies the height of the rectangle, which is its length along the yaxis.
 Cuboid — Cuboid ROI labels 
M by9 numeric matrix with rows of the form
[xctr, yctr, zctr, xlen, ylen, zlen, xrot, yrot, zrot] , where:
M is the number of labels in the frame.
xctr , yctr , and zctr
specify the center of the cuboid.
xlen , ylen , and zlen
specify the length of the cuboid along the xaxis,
yaxis, and zaxis, respectively, before
rotation has been applied.
xrot , yrot , and zrot
specify the rotation angles for the cuboid along the xaxis,
yaxis, and zaxis, respectively. These
angles are clockwisepositive when looking in the forward direction of their
corresponding axes.
The figure shows how these values determine the position of a cuboid.
 ProjectedCuboid — Cuboid ROI labels 
M by8 vector of the form [x1, y1,
w1, h1, x2, y2, w2, h2] , where:
M is the number of labels in the frame.
x1, y1 specifies the x,y
coordinates for the upperleft location of the frontface of the projected
cuboid
w1 specifies the width for the frontface of the projected
cuboid.
h1 specifies the height for the frontface of the projected
cuboid.
x2, y2 specifies the x,y
coordinates for the upperleft location of the backface of the projected
cuboid.
w2 specifies the width for the backface of the projected
cuboid.
h2 specifies the height for the backface of the projected
cuboid.
The figure shows how these values determine the position of a cuboid.
 Line — Polyline ROI labels  M by1 vector of cell arrays, where M is the number of labels in the frame. Each cell array contains an N by2 numeric matrix of the form [x1 y1; x2 y2; ... ; xN yN] for N points in the polyline.
 Scene — Scene labels  Logical value of 1 if the algorithm
determines that the label is present in the frame and
0 otherwise. 

Attributes (optional)  Structure array that contains one structure for each attribute in
the label. If the label definition does not contain attributes, then the
autoLabels output does not include this
field. For each structure in the Attributes
structure array, the name of that structure is the name of the corresponding
attribute. The value of the structure is the value of the corresponding
attribute. 
To view a sample autoLabels
structure array, enter this code at
the MATLAB^{®} command
prompt.
Alternatively, for nonpixel labels, you can use the run
method to
return autoLabels
as a table. The table rows are equivalent to the
structures in a structure array. The table columns are equivalent to the structure
fields. This table is equivalent to the sample autoLabels
structure
array previously
specified.
Name Type Position
____________ _________ ____________
'Car' Rectangle [1x4 double]
'Truck' Rectangle [1x4 double]