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Title
Mapping without the sun
Author
Zhang, Jixian

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(c) 850nm wavelength image (d) fused image of two wavelengths
Fig.3 comparison of images of different band: (a) visible region image, (b) 405nm wavelength image, (c) 850nm wavelength
image, (d) fused image of two wavelengths.
Thus, the combination of the 405nm and 850nm wavelengths
enabled the differentiation of foreign fibers from cotton. And
best visual contrast between foreign fibers and cotton was show
in the fused image of the two wavelengths, so the image fusion
method using multiwavelength imaging showed the best
potential of discriminating a wide range of foreign fibers from
cotton.
For quantitatively evaluation the performance of image fusion
method, the average gray level difference between cotton and