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SPECIAL ISSUE ON DEFECT DETECTION for the JOURNAL OF REAL-TIME IMAGING
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CALL FOR PAPERS
JOURNAL OF REAL TIME IMAGING
Special Issue on REAL-TIME DETECTION OF DEFECTS
Quality control is a crucial issue for any production process, and many of
the traditional methods for defect detection in manufacturing are rapidly
changing. Real-time defect detection of shape, colours and textures is
becoming mandatory for many products (from tiles to cars, from food to
airplane components) made of a variety of materials (fabric, marble,
leather, plastic and so on) to meet increasingly demanding quality
standards. For this reason, several researchers have been studying parallel
architectures, special chips and algorithms for real-time defect detection.
Thanks to such new technologies, many new applications have already become
possible, and others, unfeasible until today because of the limitations of
inspection methods, are being developed and implemented.
AIM: The aim of this special issue is to inform practitioners as well as
researchers timely of innovative defect detection techniques and their
SCOPE: The special issue is focussed on real-time techniques and
architectures, both software and hardware, for
- recognition and classification of defects;
- detection of defects in texture and pattern;
- detection of shape defects;
- detection of defects in colour;
- defect modeling: fractals, statistic, etc.;
- automatic acquisition of models suitable for defect detection;
- validation techniques for defect detectors.
Paolo Nesi Emanuele Trucco
Dipartimento di Sistemi e Informatica Dept of Computing and Electrical Eng.
University of Florence Heriot-Watt University,
Via S. Marta 3 Riccarton,
50139 Firenze, ITALY Edinburgh, EH14 4AS, UK
Tel: +39-55-4796523 Tel: +44 131 451.3437
Fax: +39-55-4796363 Fax: +44 131 451.3431
email: email@example.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Papers should present innovative results which can be useful for
technologists and practitioners alike. Basic research on specific low-level
techniques ensuring real-time performances, as well as experiences reporting
the development of specific applications are welcome.
Papers must be submitted by *October 31, 1997* to
Emanuele Trucco, JRTI Special Issue Co-Editor.
Submission guidelines and general information
regarding the Special can be found on-line at
ftp: osiris.cee.hw.ac.uk (anonymous login, then cd pub/rtispecial)
Submissions must satisfy the rules of the journal (included in the WWW and
ftp sites) for what concerns originality and copyright permission.
Notification of acceptance will be sent to the authors by February 1998.
Any questions, please contact one of the Editors by email, FAX or phone.