Curtis W. Padgett

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Visual inspection of structures is a highly qualitative method in which inspectors visually assess a structure’s condition. If a region is inaccessible, binoculars must be used to detect and characterize defects. Although several Non-Destructive Testing methods have been proposed for inspection purposes, they are nonadaptive and cannot quantify crack(More)
We describe techniques for registering images from sequences of aerial images captured of the same terrain on different days. The techniques are robust to changes in weather, including variable lighting conditions , shadows, and sparse intervening clouds. The primary underlying technique is robust feature matching between images, which is performed using(More)
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