Metrological aspects of image analysis
A universal approach to the detection of drawbacks in techniques used to perform measurements based on the use of systems for automatic image analysis is considered. A regression model that makes it possible to estimate the contribution of errors characterizing the photography conditions and camera setting adjustment is constructed. The accuracy indicators (correctness and precision indicators) are estimated in accordance with an existing standard.
Key wordsautomated image analysis accuracy indicators
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