Classification of surface defects on hot rolled steel using adaptive learning methods

  title={Classification of surface defects on hot rolled steel using adaptive learning methods},
  author={P. Caleb and M. Steuer},
Classification of local area surface defects on hot rolled steel is a problematic task due to the variability in manifestations of the defects grouped under the same defect label. This paper discusses the use of two adaptive computing techniques, based on supervised and unsupervised learning, with a view to establishing a bask for building reliable decision support systems for classification. 

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