Automation System Development for Micrograph Recognition for Mineral Ore Composition Evaluation in Mining Industry

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Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT, volume 436)


The article deals with the problem of micrographs automated obtaining and micrographs automated processing ore samples of ore dressing processes in ferrous metallurgy. It is described the task of interpreting the results and interaction subsystem automated obtaining and automated processing of samples of ore mining micrographs and beneficiation processes ferrous metals, used to analyze the quality of mineral rocks with other automation systems. It is defined specifies requirements for the subsystem micrographs analysis.


Petrographic analysis Digital microscopy system Image recognition Computer vision SCADA system 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.D.Serikbayev East-Kazakhstan State Technical UniversityUst-KamenogorskThe Republic Kazakhstan

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