SVM-based learning method for improving colour adjustement in automotive basecoat manufacturing
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new iterative method based on Support Vector Machines to perform automated colour adjustment processing in the automotive industry is proposed in this paper. The iterative methodology relies on a SVM trained with patterns provided by expert colourists and an actions’ generator module. The SVM algorithm enables selecting the most adequate action in each step of an iterated feed-forward loop until the final state satisfies colourimetric bounding conditions. Both encouraging results obtained and the significant reduction of non-conformance costs, justify further industrial efforts to develop an automated software tool in this and similar industrial processes.
CitationRuiz, F.; Nuria, A.; Angulo, C. SVM-based learning method for improving colour adjustement in automotive basecoat manufacturing. A: 17th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks. "17th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks". Bruges: d-side, 2009, p. 343-348.