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Authors: Romaniuk O.V.,Vovkotrub D.V., Kavats O.O., Miroshnichenko M.Y.
Presented by Vinnitsia National Technical University.
In this paper a major scientific and practical task of improving productivity and quality of forming images of three-dimensional objects in opto-electronic systems is solved.
A number of methods of increasing the productivity of performing the various stages of the graphic pipeline, including the creation of model framework, perturbation and normalization of vectors, perspective-correct texturing, lighting calculation, simulation of bumps on the surfaces of images of three-dimensional objects. In complex usage of the developed methods in software implementation the achieved performance of forming images of relief surfaces is better on average 2.5-4 times while maintaining the visual identity of the reference images.
The methods for improving the quality of photogrammetric and biomedical images have been proposed. The proposed method of processing tomograms of the eye bottom allows creating a rifled mask that goes around the contours of the macular region of the retina of the eye with an accuracy of 98%.
On the basis of developed in the paper methods the software which is similar to the existing geographic information systems ( GIS) has been proposed. It has more productive means of data processing and analysis, and economic impact of its implementation varies from 258 % to 430 %.
On the basis of theoretical principles productive software and hardware for opto -electronic imaging of three-dimensional objects have been developed.
Based on the results of the research 66 scientific works, including 21 articles in professional scientific journals, 11 papers in the conference proceedings of international and national conferences, 22 publications in the form of abstracts, 8 patents for utility model and 4 certificates for registration of copyright of computer software are published.
The main results of the research have been introduced on enterprises of the cities such as Vinnytsia, Kyiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Melitopol.