Possible Computer Vision Systems and Automated or Computer-Aided Edging and Trimming

Abstract

This paper discusses research which is underway to help our industry reduce costs, increase product volume and value recovery, and market more accurately graded and described products. The research is part of a team effort to help the hardwood sawmill industry automate with computer vision systems, and computer-aided or computer controlled processing. This paper reviews our major efforts and goals.

  • Citation: Araman, Philip A. 1990. Possible Computer Vision Systems and Automated or Computer-Aided Edging and Trimming. Proceedings, Forest Industries 1990 Clinic and Machinery Show. 11pp.

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