15 October 2012 Enhanced adaptive filter-bank-based automated pavement crack detection and segmentation system
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J. of Electronic Imaging, 21(4), 043008 (2012). doi:10.1117/1.JEI.21.4.043008
We incorporate, evaluate, and assess the feasibility of using filter banks in automated pavement distress systems from a system level. We integrate a novel filter-bank-based distress segmentation method, which, unlike previously researched methods, does not depend on highpass data. In addition, we incorporate the standard Said Pearlman set partitioning in hierarchical trees compression coder into the automated pavement distress system, which is a first in this area of research. A third contribution of the research is a statistical detection algorithm that assists in overall system performance. Preliminary testing using images provided by the Georgia Department of Transportation demonstrate the promise of the proposed method.
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Clyde A. Lettsome, Yi-Chang J. Tsai, Vivek Kaul, "Enhanced adaptive filter-bank-based automated pavement crack detection and segmentation system," Journal of Electronic Imaging 21(4), 043008 (15 October 2012). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.21.4.043008

Image segmentation

Image filtering

Linear filtering

Digital filtering

Edge detection

Image compression

Image processing


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