Simultaneous Multiple Pixel Processing Algorithms for PTV and PIV
A fast algorithm for pattern maching is proposed and some examples are shown. The new algorithm consists of two different calculation methods. One of the methods is a technique of simultaneous multiple pixel calculation, and the other method is a fast pattern matching algorithm, which can efficiently extract the most similar pattern from hindreds of candidates by making used of the statistical F-inspection technique. The calculation technique of simultaneous multiple-pixel processing can be widely applicable to both PTV and PIV analysis’s.
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