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An adaptive visual planning system applied to the detection of faults in casting

Author(s): S. Panayiotou & A. Soper

Abstract:
Locating a fault or recognising an object in an image requires complex processing normally resulting in a sequence of stages: image enhancement, segmentation of areas of interest and detailed matching of the objects.

Each of these stages is normally broken down further into a sequence of standard image processing primitives.

Many of these primitives are now commercially available in the form of a library.

The total number of such primitives is now large.

To successfully locate an object a sequence of these primitives needs to be chosen and their associated parameters tuned.

This paper presents a planning system for performing this task.

Further the system can adapt to changes in the environment (e.g.

lighting, noise and, object) efficiently through r...

Pages: 8
Size: 603 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/AI950181

 

 

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