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A Portable Image Analysis System for Performing In Situ Image Quality Measurements

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A Portable Image Analysis System for Performing In Situ Image Quality Measurements
Traditionally, quantitative image quality analytical methods rely on large hardware in fixed installations. There are many situations when portability is required, where these methods need to be easily adapted. Consistency between measurement methods used in the research environment and those performed on-site is often desired. Discrepancies can be avoided through the use of a portable measurement device that has been developed to provide identical measurement methods in the laboratory and in the field. A simple handheld measurement head including optics and light source is coupled with the power of ImageXpert software running on a laptop computer to provide truly portable image quality analysis. This paper will include a system description including details about the image capture device and image analysis tool. System applicability, capabilities and limitations will be discussed. (Patent is pending.)
David Wolin, Yair Kipman
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where PICS
Authors David Wolin, Yair Kipman
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