Exploring the microstructure manifold: Image texture representations applied to ultrahigh carbon steel microstructures

@inproceedings{DeCost2017ExploringTM,
  title={Exploring the microstructure manifold: Image texture representations applied to ultrahigh carbon steel microstructures},
  author={Brian L. DeCost and Toby Francis and Elizabeth A. Holm},
  year={2017}
}
We introduce a microstructure informatics dataset focusing on complex, hierarchical structures found in a single Ultrahigh carbon steel under a range of heat treatments. Applying image representations from contemporary computer vision research to these microstructures, we discuss how both supervised and unsupervised machine learning techniques can be used to yield insight into microstructural trends and their relationship to processing conditions. We evaluate and compare keypoint-based and… CONTINUE READING
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