Picture format -> ASCII

Master Frank rich0634 at mailszrz.zrz.tu-berlin.de
Thu Jan 27 04:35:33 EST 2000


I am a PhD student at the Technical University of Berlin.

We would like to track the deformation of a cylinder in a hydraulic
The pictures then need to be analyzed in a manner giving the shape of
the bulge as a function of height.

So I am searching for a program that takes a picture format as an input
and either
- yields a table listing brightness for each picture pixel ( cylinder
will be
  illuminated with laser light from the other side of the specimen;
  wards I could use another program to find a curve fit for the bulge
  as a function of height)
- is able to independently give the form of the bulge as a mathematical
  function ( perhaps after some 'training' ? )

Thanks a million,


This mail is coming to you from :

Master Frank
The Phantom of UH

Master of Science in Materials Engineering,
University of Houston ( UH ), Houston, TX,

Diplom - Ingenieur in Werkstoffwissenschaften
Universitaet des Saarlandes, Saarbruecken,

present address :

Frank Richter
Technical University of Berlin
Department of Nonmetallic-Inorganic Materials
Glass Materials
Sekretariat ES 4
Englische Strasse 20
10587 Berlin

Work :
Phone : (49)-(0)30-314-22653(Office) or 314-26579(Lab)
Fax   : (49)-(0)30-314-21100

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