A new system for automatic scanning of nuclear emulsions was developed in the last three years at Salerno University. An optical microscope, with a motorised stage, was equipped with a CCD camera and an image digitiser, and interfaced to a personal computer. New methods of two-dimensional image analysis and three-dimensional pattern recognition were applied in order to detect with high efficiency and to measure with high accuracy tracks of particles in nuclear emulsion pellicles. Further improvements are in progress

Sysal: a new fully automatic system for emulsion scanning

DI BARTOLOMEO, Antonio
1998

Abstract

A new system for automatic scanning of nuclear emulsions was developed in the last three years at Salerno University. An optical microscope, with a motorised stage, was equipped with a CCD camera and an image digitiser, and interfaced to a personal computer. New methods of two-dimensional image analysis and three-dimensional pattern recognition were applied in order to detect with high efficiency and to measure with high accuracy tracks of particles in nuclear emulsion pellicles. Further improvements are in progress
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