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A Multiple Sensor Machine Vision System Technology for the HardwoodAuthor(s): Richard W. Conners; D.Earl Kline; Philip A. Araman
Source: Proceedings, CIFAC '94, The Second International Symposium on Computers in Furniture and Cabinet Manufacturing. pp. 155-161
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionFor the last few years the authors have been extolling the virtues of a multiple sensor approach to hardwood defect detection. Since 1989 the authors have actively been trying to develop such a system. This paper details some of the successes and failures that have been experienced to date. It also discusses what remains to be done and gives time lines for the completion of the tasks that remain to be performed.
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CitationConners, Richard W.; Kline, D.Earl; Araman, Philip A. 1995. A Multiple Sensor Machine Vision System Technology for the Hardwood. Proceedings, CIFAC ''94, The Second International Symposium on Computers in Furniture and Cabinet Manufacturing. pp. 155-161
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