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PURSUING AUTOMATED CLASSIFICATION OF HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPERS FROM RAKING LIGHT IMAGES
Journal of the American Institute for Conservation
Surface texture is a critical feature in the manufacture, marketing, and use of photographic paper. Raking light reveals texture through a stark rendering of highlights and shadows. Though close-up raking light images effectively document surface features of photographic paper, the sheer number and diversity of textures used for historic papers prohibits efficient visual classification. This work provides evidence that automatic, computer-based classification of texture documented with rakingdoi:10.1179/1945233014y.0000000024 fatcat:ytzcvsalwvax7ktqsrqitzq2ra