GS&E journal > Semantic Segmentation with Deep Learning: Detection of Cracks at the Cut Edge of Glass

  • Michael Drass Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design, Technical University of Darmstadt
  • Hagen Berthold Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design, Technical University of Darmstadt
  • Michael Anton Kraus Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design, Technical University of Darmstadt
  • Steffen Müller-Braun Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design, Technical University of Darmstadt

Abstract

In this paper, artificial intelligence (AI) will be applied for the first time in the context of glass processing. The goal is to use an algorithm based on artificial intelligence to detect the fractured edge of a cut glass in order to generate a so-called mask image by AI. In the context of AI, this is a classical problem of semantic segmentation, in which objects (here the cut-edge of the cut glass) are automatically surrounded by the power of AI or detected and drawn. An original image of a cut glass edge is implemented into a deep neural net and processed in such a way that a mask image, i.e. an image of the cut edge, is automatically generated. Currently, this is only possible by manual tracing the cut-edge due to the fact that the crack contour of glass can sometimes only be recognized roughly. After manually marking the crack using an image processing program, the contour is then automatically evaluated further. AI and deep learning may provide the potential to automate the step of manual detection of the cut-edge of cut glass to great extent. In addition to the enormous time savings, the objectivity and reproducibility of detection is an important aspect, which will be addressed in this paper.

How to Cite
DRASS, Michael et al. GS&E journal > Semantic Segmentation with Deep Learning: Detection of Cracks at the Cut Edge of Glass. Challenging Glass Conference Proceedings, [S.l.], v. 7, sep. 2020. ISSN 2589-8019. Available at: <https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/cgc/article/view/5222>. Date accessed: 22 sep. 2020.
Published
2020-09-04