Problems of software processing of acquired rotor intended for determining required dimensions
Keywords:Digital photography, Image processing, Dimensional acceptability, Quality control
Some of the problems that arise during image processing are analysed in this paper. The most commonly used software tools in image processing require binary photography, and its conversion into the binary form is required first. Conversion problems, and their proper solution, are key steps for further machine determination of product dimensions. Removing smudges on binary photos and rotating displays for photo overlap methods are the problems that are solved in the present work, in order to successfully prepare the photo with software for further determination of product dimensions. The knowledge gained in this paper will help scientists and facilitate their software preparation and processing of the photo used to determine the required dimensions of the product.
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