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Quality Control - QC
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    • Quality Control (QC) is a critical step in the mapping process when using Applanix POS AV system in the direct georeferencing mode or in the aerotriangulation mode of mapping...

    Mohamed M. R. Mostafa. QUALITY CONTROL OF DIRECT GEOREFERENCING DATA

    • Quality control is an important issue in the ceramic tile industry. On the other hand maintaining the rate of production with respect to time is also a major issue in ceramic tile manufacturing. Again, price of ceramic tiles also depends on purity of texture, accuracy of color, shape etc. Considering this criteria, an automated defect detection and classification technique has been proposed in this report that can have ensured the better quality of tiles in manufacturing process as well as production rate...

    G. M. Atiqur Rahaman. Automatic Defect Detection and Classification Technique from Image: A ...

    • Quality control (QC) is a critical step in large-scale studies of genetic variation. While, on average, high-throughput single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping assays are now very accurate, the errors that remain tend to cluster into a small percentage of ''problem'' SNPs, which exhibit unusually high error rates...

    Paul Scheetet al. Linkage Disequilibrium-Based Quality Control for Large-Scale Genetic S...

    • Quality control is a critical issue in online health information provision, where domain experts play an important role in evaluating and selecting quality and relevant resources to meet health consumers' individual knowledge needs. This research aims for a semi-automated approach to tackle challenges domain experts encounter in resource quality evaluation and description in the context of health information portals...

    Jue Xieet al. Intelligent Support for Resource Quality Evaluation and Description in...

    • Quality control is an important issue in computational geometry. Since analytical properties like the differentiabili ty of a boundary representation are often not sufficient to fully judge th e quality of an object, additional criteria measured in terms of scala r valued functionals have to be verified. Energy functionals in the co ntext of fairing are just one example where the global smoothness of a surface is rated by one single value, e.g., the total amount of (s quared) curvature...

    Leif Kobbelt. Robust and efficient evaluation of functionals on parametric surfaces

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