By G. J. Awcock, Thomas Awcock
Here's a concise and sharply concentrated review that blends pragmatic dialogue of simple photo processing concept with a revealing and obtainable look--complemented through a number of case studies--at its many present functions. innovative paintings in 3D picture processing is usually awarded.
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This technique has been successfully used to identify wheel stud holes drilled into a wheel hub . The holes reflect no light back to the camera, yielding a highly contrasting region on the bright image produced by the machined surface of the hub. This illumination technique simplifies subsequent image analysis but only if the number and surface area of the holes, and not the depth of the holes, are of importance. g. , only the outline shapes of the objects are of 37 Scene Constraints interest.
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Applied Image Processing by G. J. Awcock, Thomas Awcock