Identification of Surface and Near Surface Defects and Damage Evaluation by Laser Speckle Techniques
- Gowda, Chandrakanth H.
- Mar. 20, 2001.
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- As a part of the grant activity, a laboratory was established within the Department of Electrical Engineering for the study for measurements of surface defects and damage evaluation. This facility has been utilized for implementing several algorithms for accurate measurements of defects. Experiments were conducted using simulated images and multiple images were fused to achieve accurate measurements. During the nine months of the grants when the principal investigator was transferred in my name, experiments were conducted using simulated synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images. This proved useful when several algorithms were used on images of smooth objects with minor deformalities. Given the time constraint, the derived algorithms could not be applied to actual images of smooth objects with minor abnormalities.
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- Document ID: 20010046860.
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