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Mahmood Elnasser
02/09/14 01:49
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Sacramento
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#190267 - image processing
Responding to: Raghunathan's previous message
Raghunathan said:
unfortunately we don't have access to the waveform in any kind of file form. It is given as a print out with proper scaling to fit on a A-4 sheet. I am not sure if there any way to create a look up table by scanning the sheet ?
Thanks Raghu

It is possible to use image processing or machine vision techniques to analyse the hard copy and create your table but it requires a lot of work.
It would be feasible if you run this in automation production line where you need to process a lot of graphs in a short time to justify the cost. Otherwise I would give it to undergraduate student as final year project.
Regards
Mahmood

List of 13 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Random profile input      Raghunathan      02/06/14 05:25      
   waveform generation      Mahmood Elnasser      02/07/14 02:29      
      Waveform as a hard copy..      Raghunathan      02/08/14 18:40      
         image processing      Mahmood Elnasser      02/09/14 01:49      
         How incredibly stupid!      Andy Neil      02/09/14 16:31      
            You can ... I can't !!      Raghunathan      02/11/14 02:18      
               Discretion is the better part of valor      Joseph Hebert      02/11/14 09:07      
                  try and find a way to request the original data      Andy Neil      02/11/14 13:28      
                     Apology      Joseph Hebert      02/12/14 07:36      
                  One possible way forward      Raghunathan      02/15/14 21:05      
                     Real world things to consider      Mahmood Elnasser      02/16/14 09:01      
                        Image manipulation software      Andy Neil      02/16/14 11:17      
                           Do you intend to simulate this or physically emulate it?      Richard Erlacher      03/02/14 20:55      

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