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Tree Defect Segmentation using Geometric Features and CNN

Abstract : Estimating the quality of standing trees or roundwood after felling is a crucial step in forest production trading. The ongoing revolution in the forest sector resulting from the use of 3D sensors can also contribute to this step. Among them the terrestrial lidar scanning is a reference descriptive method offering the possibility to segment defects. In this paper, we propose a new reproducible method allowing to automatically segment the defects. It is based on the construction of a relief map inspired from a previous strategy and combining with a convolutional neural network to improve the resulting segmentation quality. The proposed method outperforms the previous results and the source code is publicly available with an online demonstration allowing to test the defect detection without any software installation.
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Florian Delconte, Phuc Ngo, Isabelle Debled-Rennesson, Bertrand Kerautret, van Tho Nguyen, et al.. Tree Defect Segmentation using Geometric Features and CNN. Reproducible Research on Pattern Recognition (RRPR), 2021, Milan, Italy. pp.80-100, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-76423-4_6⟩. ⟨hal-03006063⟩

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