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Obstacles to Industrial Implementation of Scanning SystemsAuthor(s): Anders Astrom; Olog Broman; John Graffman; Anders Gronlund; Armas Jappinene; Jari Luostarinen; Jan Nystrom; Daniel L. Schmoldt
Source: Technical Report, Proceedings from the 3rd International Seminar/Workshop on Scanning Technology and Image Processing on Wood, Skellefte, Sweden
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionInitially the group discussed what is meant by scanning systems. An operational definition was adopted to consider scanning system in the current context to be nontraditional scanning. Where, traditional scanning is defined as scanning that has been industrially operational and relatively common for several years-a mature technology. For example, log profile scanning would be considered traditional, whereas other forms of optical scanning, as well as ultrasonic scanning, microwave scanning, x-ray scanning, etc., would be treated as nontraditional, and fall within the purview of this discussion. These latter scanning systems do not yet qualify as mature technologies.
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CitationAstrom, Anders; Broman, Olog; Graffman, John; Gronlund, Anders; Jappinene, Armas; Luostarinen, Jari; Nystrom, Jan; Schmoldt, Daniel L. 1998. Obstacles to Industrial Implementation of Scanning Systems. Technical Report, Proceedings from the 3rd International Seminar/Workshop on Scanning Technology and Image Processing on Wood, Skellefte, Sweden
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