Publication detail

Automatic Counting of Jewellery Stones

KALOVÁ, I. HORÁK, K.

Original Title

Automatic Counting of Jewellery Stones

English Title

Automatic Counting of Jewellery Stones

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The aim of this project is an automatic determination of the number of glass cut stones in production batch. The designed system uses computer vision for this purpose and according to executed experiments achieves better results than classic, weighting used today. The stones are sprinkled on measuring area which is monitored by camera. The problems of detection of transparent objects (as well as clear stones) and overlaying of stones are solved by suitable scene preparation, choosing of light source and lighting methods and by means of exact way of image processing and evaluation.

English abstract

The aim of this project is an automatic determination of the number of glass cut stones in production batch. The designed system uses computer vision for this purpose and according to executed experiments achieves better results than classic, weighting used today. The stones are sprinkled on measuring area which is monitored by camera. The problems of detection of transparent objects (as well as clear stones) and overlaying of stones are solved by suitable scene preparation, choosing of light source and lighting methods and by means of exact way of image processing and evaluation.

Keywords

camera, computer vision, image processing, lighting, transparency, stone

RIV year

2009

Released

21.12.2009

Publisher

DAAAM International

Location

Vienna, Austria

ISBN

1726-9687

Periodical

DAAAM International Scientific Book

Year of study

8

Number

2009

State

AT

Pages from

419

Pages to

426

Pages count

8

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT48239,
  author="Ilona {Janáková} and Karel {Horák}",
  title="Automatic Counting of Jewellery Stones",
  annote="The aim of this project is an automatic determination of the number of glass cut stones in production batch. The designed system uses computer vision for this purpose and according to executed experiments achieves better results than classic, weighting used today. The stones are sprinkled on measuring area which is monitored by camera. The problems of detection of transparent objects (as well as clear stones) and overlaying of stones are solved by suitable scene preparation, choosing of light source and lighting methods and by means of exact way of image processing and evaluation.",
  address="DAAAM International",
  chapter="48239",
  institution="DAAAM International",
  journal="DAAAM International Scientific Book",
  number="2009",
  volume="8",
  year="2009",
  month="december",
  pages="419--426",
  publisher="DAAAM International",
  type="journal article - other"
}