Laser Spot Detection Based on Reaction Diffusion
AbstractCenter-location of a laser spot is a problem of interest when the laser is used for processing and performing measurements. Measurement quality depends on correctly determining the location of the laser spot. Hence, improving and proposing algorithms for the correct location of the spots are fundamental issues in laser-based measurements. In this paper we introduce a Reaction Diffusion (RD) system as the main computational framework for robustly finding laser spot centers. The method presented is compared with a conventional approach for locating laser spots, and the experimental results indicate that RD-based computation generates reliable and precise solutions. These results confirm the flexibility of the new computational paradigm based on RD systems for addressing problems that can be reduced to a set of geometric operations. View Full-Text
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Vázquez-Otero, A.; Khikhlukha, D.; Solano-Altamirano, J.M.; Dormido, R.; Duro, N. Laser Spot Detection Based on Reaction Diffusion. Sensors 2016, 16, 315.
Vázquez-Otero A, Khikhlukha D, Solano-Altamirano JM, Dormido R, Duro N. Laser Spot Detection Based on Reaction Diffusion. Sensors. 2016; 16(3):315.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vázquez-Otero, Alejandro; Khikhlukha, Danila; Solano-Altamirano, J. M.; Dormido, Raquel; Duro, Natividad. 2016. "Laser Spot Detection Based on Reaction Diffusion." Sensors 16, no. 3: 315.
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