Anomaly detection in formed sheet metals using convolutional autoencoders

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Anomaly detection in formed sheet metals using convolutional autoencoders. / Heger, Jens; Desai, Gururaj; Zein El Abdine, Mazhar.

in: Procedia CIRP, Jahrgang 93, 01.01.2020, S. 1281-1285.

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title = "Anomaly detection in formed sheet metals using convolutional autoencoders",
abstract = "Autoencoders are used to compress data and learn how to reliably reconstruct it. Through comparing the reconstruction error with a set threshold, they are able to detect anomalies in unseen datasets where the data does not quite match the reconstructed input samples. In this work, we attempt to investigate the use of convolutional autoencoders in the field of visual quality inspection, where images of formed sheet metals from a real production line are inspected for the occurrence of cracks and wrinkle formation. This approach tackles the problem of needing enough defective samples to attain reliable detection accuracies",
keywords = "Engineering, Artifical intelligence, Deep autoencoders, Process monitoring, Surface quality inspection",
author = "Jens Heger and Gururaj Desai and {Zein El Abdine}, Mazhar",
year = "2020",
month = jan,
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doi = "10.1016/j.procir.2020.04.106",
language = "English",
volume = "93",
pages = "1281--1285",
journal = "Procedia CIRP",
issn = "2212-8271",
publisher = "Elsevier B.V.",
note = "53rd CIRP Conference on Manufacturing Systems - CMS 2020, CMS 2020 ; Conference date: 01-07-2020 Through 03-07-2020",

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KW - Artifical intelligence

KW - Deep autoencoders

KW - Process monitoring

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