Characterization and application of objective pilling classification to patterned fabrics
Palmer, Stuart, Joud, I. and Wang, Xungai 2005, Characterization and application of objective pilling classification to patterned fabrics, Journal of the textile institute, vol. 96, no. 6, pp. 423-430.
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Previously, the authors proposed a new, simple method of frequency domain analysis based on the two-dimensional discrete wavelet transform to objectively measure the pilling intensity in sample fabric images. The method was further characterized, and the results obtained indicate that standard deviation and variance are the most appropriate measures of the dispersion of wavelet details coefficients for analysis, that the relationship between wavelet analysis scale and fabric inter-yarn pitch was empirically confirmed, and, that fabrics with random patterns do not appear to impact on the effectiveness of the analysis method.
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