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Computer Vision Technology in the Food and Beverage Industries by D-W Sun

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Tomographic techniques for computer vision in the food and beverage industries

M.Z. Abdullah,     Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Abstract:

The term ‘tomography’ refers to the general class of devices and procedures for producing two-dimensional cross-sectional images of a three-dimensional object. Therefore, tomographic imaging is a technique which is capable of revealing internal structures through the use of ionizing or non-ionizing penetrating waves in a non-invasive and non-destructive manner. Ionizing sources include X-ray, while electrical techniques and microwaves belong to the class of non-ionizing radiation. With the safety advantage of non-ionizing radiation, the use of soft-field sensors for food and beverages imaging has ...

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