A 3-D robust range feature extraction tool for industrial automation applications

@article{Zhao1995A3R,
  title={A 3-D robust range feature extraction tool for industrial automation applications},
  author={Dongming Zhao and Yubao Chen and B. Li and Changsheng Zhao and X. Wang and X. Zhang and J. Chen and C. Tu},
  journal={Proceedings., International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={1995},
  volume={3},
  pages={45-48 vol.3}
}
This paper reports a comprehensive study on an image processing and feature extraction tool particularly for 3-D range image applications in manufacturing processes. The library of the algorithms developed in this study is formatted into an easy-to-use imaging tool that consists of many useful algorithms and functions. The objective of this study is to produce a library of 3-D range imaging algorithms that can effectively employ imaging and vision techniques and be applied to industrial… Expand
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