1 December 2011 Decision model in the laser scanning system for pavement crack detection
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Optical Engineering, 50(12), 127207 (2011). doi:10.1117/1.3662424
Pavement crack detection plays an important role in the pavement maintaining and management. Recently, the laser scanning technique for pavement crack detection becomes more and more popular due to its ability of discriminating dark areas, which are not caused by pavement distress such as tire marks, oil spills, and shadows. However, this technique still bears some errors for pavement crack recognition errors, thus in the present work, the factors contributed to these errors in laser scanning system are first analyzed, and then a decision model for the laser scanning pavement crack detection system based on the hypothesis test is proposed. Experimental analyses and results show that this model not only allows us to build the relationship between the contribution factors and crack detection accuracy and to provide the criteria to compare the detection accuracy for the different roads, but also can be used to judge whether the crack exists with a reasonable number of deformed light stripes. Therefore, the proposed decision model can provide guidance on the pavement crack detection and has a practical value.
XiaoMing Sun, JianPing Huang, WanYu Liu, "Decision model in the laser scanning system for pavement crack detection," Optical Engineering 50(12), 127207 (1 December 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3662424


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