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Automatic Computer Analysis Of Double Exposure Hologram In Industrial Nondestructive Control

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F. Lamy, C. Liegeois, P. Meyrueis

University Louis Pasteur (France)

Proc. SPIE 0353, Industrial and Commercial Applications of Holography, 82 (July 7, 1983); doi:10.1117/12.933954
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  • Industrial and Commercial Applications of Holography
  • Milton Chang
  • San Diego | August 24, 1982

abstract

A software package based on symbolic form recognition algorithms has been established for holographic fringe characterization through a video camera. This program also includes sections for separating the inner defects from the outer ones in periodic structures. It has been tested successfully on cylindrical containers made of wired keolar on which all other non-holographic testing methods are inapplicable.

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F. Lamy ; C. Liegeois and P. Meyrueis
"Automatic Computer Analysis Of Double Exposure Hologram In Industrial Nondestructive Control", Proc. SPIE 0353, Industrial and Commercial Applications of Holography, 82 (July 7, 1983); doi:10.1117/12.933954; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.933954


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