Estimation of Digital Image Correlation (DIC) Performances

  • Laurent Robert
  • Workgroup “Metrology” of CNRS research network 2519a “MCIMS”
Conference paper


Optical full-field measurement techniques are promising tools for experimental analyses of materials and structures. While they are widely used, they still suffer from the lack of a complete metrological characterisation. The collaborative work carried out by the workgroup “Metrology” of CNRS research network 2519 aims at contributing to a systematic approach to these questions


Digital Image Correlation Affine Transformation Rigid Transformation Correlation Window Asymptotic Error 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Laurent Robert
    • 1
  • Workgroup “Metrology” of CNRS research network 2519a “MCIMS”
  1. 1.Ecole des Mines d’Albi-CarmauxCROMePALBI Cedex 9France

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