In industrial applications, it is common to scan objects on a moving conveyor belt. If slice-wise 2D computed tomography (CT) measurements of the moving object are obtained we call it a sequential scanning geometry. In this case, each slice on its own does not carry sufficient information to reconstruct a useful tomographic image. Thus, here we propose the use of a Dimension reduced Kalman Filter to accumulate information between slices and allow for sufficiently accurate reconstructions for further assessment of the object. Additionally, we propose to use an unsupervised clustering approach known as Density Peak Advanced, to perform a segmentation and spot density anomalies in the internal structure of the reconstructed objects. We evaluate the method in a proof of concept study for the application of wood log scanning for the industrial sawing process, where the goal is to spot anomalies within the wood log to allow for optimal sawing patterns. Reconstruction and segmentation quality are evaluated from experimental measurement data for various scenarios of severely undersampled X-measurements. Results show clearly that an improvement in reconstruction quality can be obtained by employing the Dimension reduced Kalman Filter allowing to robustly obtain the segmented logs.

Reconstruction and segmentation from sparse sequential X-ray measurements of wood logs / Springer, Sebastian; Glielmo, Aldo; Senchukova, Angelina; Kauppi, Tomi; Suuronen, Jarkko; Roininen, Lassi; Haario, Heikki; Hauptmann, Andreas. - 1:(2023), pp. 1-20.

Reconstruction and segmentation from sparse sequential X-ray measurements of wood logs

Sebastian springer
;
Aldo Glielmo;Heikki Haario;
2023-01-01

Abstract

In industrial applications, it is common to scan objects on a moving conveyor belt. If slice-wise 2D computed tomography (CT) measurements of the moving object are obtained we call it a sequential scanning geometry. In this case, each slice on its own does not carry sufficient information to reconstruct a useful tomographic image. Thus, here we propose the use of a Dimension reduced Kalman Filter to accumulate information between slices and allow for sufficiently accurate reconstructions for further assessment of the object. Additionally, we propose to use an unsupervised clustering approach known as Density Peak Advanced, to perform a segmentation and spot density anomalies in the internal structure of the reconstructed objects. We evaluate the method in a proof of concept study for the application of wood log scanning for the industrial sawing process, where the goal is to spot anomalies within the wood log to allow for optimal sawing patterns. Reconstruction and segmentation quality are evaluated from experimental measurement data for various scenarios of severely undersampled X-measurements. Results show clearly that an improvement in reconstruction quality can be obtained by employing the Dimension reduced Kalman Filter allowing to robustly obtain the segmented logs.
2023
1
1
20
https://www.aimsciences.org/article/doi/10.3934/ammc.2023002
Springer, Sebastian; Glielmo, Aldo; Senchukova, Angelina; Kauppi, Tomi; Suuronen, Jarkko; Roininen, Lassi; Haario, Heikki; Hauptmann, Andreas
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11767/135318
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