IntelliAim v5.23: Analyze Your Cutoffs


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IntelliAim 5.23 introduces 2 new tasks for performing analysis of a cutoff: Cutoff Linearity and Cutoff Sharpness.

Cutoff Linearity provides a method for testing the amount of variation of a cutoff across the cutoff’s horizontal span. This test can be used to determine if a cutoff is wavy or tilted, and whether it is within an acceptable vertical range.

Cutoff Sharpness analyzes the sharpness of the cutoff by inspecting various aspects of its gradient.

Cutoff Linearity

With cutoff linearity, you control the column locations included in the test, and the type of cutoff linearity test performed: Nominal or Variance.


With the nominal test, you specify a vertical location, and a positive and negative tolerance that define the vertical range. If any tested column falls outside of this range, the test will report a failing cutoff.


With the variance test, you specify a maximum variance. The vertical positions of each column’s cutoff are compared to one another, and if the maximum distance between cutoff exceeds the specified maximum variance, the test will report a failing cutoff.

Cutoff Sharpness

With cutoff sharpness you can test:

  • The width of the maximum gradient
  • The number of secondary peaks in the gradient curve

With cutoff sharpness, you’re in full control of the analysis. You control:

  • The height at which a secondary peak fails
  • The amount the gradient curve has to rise for an increase to be considered a secondary peak
  • The distance above and below the max gradient location to search for secondary peaks
  • The maximum allowable gradient width
  • The threshold used to calculate the width

If the width exceeds the maximum width, or any of the peaks exceed the peak threshold, the task will report a failing sharpness.

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