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Test of the Center for Automated Processing of Hardwoods' Auto-Image Detection and Computer-Based Grading and Cutup SystemAuthor(s): Philip A. Araman; Janice K. Wiedenbeck
Source: Proceedings, 2nd International Workshop/Seminar on Scanning Technology and Image Processing on Wood. 95-106.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAutomated lumber grading and yield optimization using computer controlled saws will be plausible for hardwoods if and when lumber scanning systems can reliably identify all defects by type. Existing computer programs could then be used to grade the lumber, identify the best cut-up solution, and control the sawing machines. The potential value of a scanning grading system depends on the accuracy and reliability of the computer-assigned grades compared to the performance of human graders. The potential worth of any scanning cut-up system is largely dependent on the parts recovered compared to today's standard rough mill processing systems.
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CitationAraman, Philip A.; Wiedenbeck, Janice K. 1995. Test of the Center for Automated Processing of Hardwoods'' Auto-Image Detection and Computer-Based Grading and Cutup System. Proceedings, 2nd International Workshop/Seminar on Scanning Technology and Image Processing on Wood. 95-106.
- Preliminary Full-Scale Tests of the Center for Automated Processing of Hardwoods' Auto-Image
- Automated Lumber Processing
- Automated grading, upgrading, and cuttings prediction of surfaced dry hardwood lumber
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