Fabric Fault Detection Using Image Processing

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Fabric Fault Detection Using Image Processing

Abstract

This project provides is automatic fabric fault detection. Fabric fault detection is a very popular topic of automation moreover quality control is one of the important features in the textile industry. The performance of the projected idea is evaluated by using different techniques of patterned fabric images with different types of common fabric defects. Moreover, detection methods were also evaluated in real-time using a model automation specification system. This research paper will be useful for both researchers and practitioners in the field of image processing and computer vision to understand the uniqueness of the different defect detection methods. The recognition receives a digital fabric image from the image acquisition device and transforms it into a binary image using the restoration and threshold methods. This project presents a technique that decreases physical exertion. This project provides is automatic fabric fault detection. Fabric fault detection is a very popular topic of automation moreover quality control is one of the important features in the textile industry. The performance of the projected idea is evaluated by using different techniques of patterned fabric images with different types of common fabric defects. Moreover, detection methods were also evaluated in real-time using a model automation specification system. This research paper will be useful for both researchers and practitioners in the field of image processing and computer vision to understand the uniqueness of the different defect detection methods. The recognition receives a digital fabric image from the image acquisition device and transforms it into a binary image using the restoration and threshold methods. This project presents a technique that decreases physical exertion.


 Existing Systems

  • Principal Component Analysis
  • DCT  and shape features
  • LBP

Drawbacks of Exisitng System

  • High Computational time
  • Less accuracy in classification
  • High complexity
  • Low performance in the restoration of image quality

Proposed Method

  • Thresholding 
  • Fusion 
  • Histogram equalization

Advantages

  • Accurate features extraction
  • Less algorithm complexity.
  • Its processing time is low.
  • Low complexity

Block Diagram 

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Fabric Fault Detection Using Image Processing

Hardware Requirements

  • system
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 500 GB of Hard disk

Software Requirement

  • MATLAB 2014a

REFERENCES

[1] Kumar, A. (2008). Computer-Vision-Based Fabric Defect Detection: A Survey. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 55(1), pp.348-363.

 [2] D.P. Brzaković, P. R, Bakić, N. S. Vuiovic, and H. SariSarraf, “A Generalized development environment for inspection of web materials,” Proc. IEEE Intl. Conf. Robotics and Automation, Albuquerque, New Mexico, pp. 1-8, Apr. 1997.

 [3] ASTM D2255-96, Standard method for grading spun yarns for appearance, ASTM Standards Source, April 2000.

 [4] A. Nevel, Kendall W. Gordon, and D. Bonneau, “System and method for electronically evaluating predicted qualities,” US Patent No. 6,130,746, Oct. 2000. 

[5] Cottoninc.com. (2018). The Cotton Incorporated corporate homepage – Cotton Incorporated. [Online] Available at: http://www.cottoninc.com/ [Accessed 30 May 2018].

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