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Title: Developing an imaging software for automated recycling processes (phase 1)
Authors: Simolowo, O. E.
Mousavi, A.
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: Several procedures have been proposed to overcome various challenges of product-content analysis after manufacturing and downstream automated recycling processes. These procedures have been restricted by factors such as the inability to determine exactly the physical state of the hidden parts of End-of-life products. This inhibition among others has resulted into an explosion of solutions by researchers. This paper presents the initial investigations in the development of imaging software. The software support a novel method of integrating scanned and digital imaging in material identification to overcome some of the existing shortcomings of automated recycling processes. The description of the software-algorithm structure and its centrality in post-manufacturing and automated recycling processes concludes this paper
Description: In proceedings
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