Inclusion extraction from diamond clarity images based on the analysis of diamond optical properties.

  title={Inclusion extraction from diamond clarity images based on the analysis of diamond optical properties.},
  author={Wenjing Wang and Lilong Cai},
  journal={Optics express},
  volume={27 19},
Diamond clarity refers to the absence of tiny, natural inclusions (imperfections) inside a diamond or on its surface. Almost all diamonds contain their own unique inclusions due to their natural formation process. In this paper, a new inclusion extraction approach is developed to accurately separate the regions of interest in a diamond clarity image and then identify the image features of each region. The inclusion regions can be successfully distinguished from other types of signals. The… 
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