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A Method of Wood Section Measuring and the Image Calibration Using Line Laser
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 Title & Authors
A Method of Wood Section Measuring and the Image Calibration Using Line Laser
Kim, Gi Hwan; Park, Min Su; Kim, Do Yeop; Lee, Suk Yong; Lee, Eung Suk;
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 Abstract
The best method of measuring wood diameter is a contact-type device: however, obtaining an accurate result can be problematic under certain circumstances. In this study, we used a laser beam and a CCD camera that did not require contact with wood. The wood is illuminated by the laser beam, and the CCD camera captures this illumination. The measurement results were determined by processing of the captured image sequences. This paper explains the use of image processing and laser systems for measurement of wood under circumstances in which physical contact is impossible.
 Keywords
Machine vision;Wood diameter measurement;Image process;
 Language
Korean
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