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Compositional modulation and surface stability in InGaP films: Understanding and controlling surface properties
We investigate the formation of compositional modulation and atomic ordering in InGaP films. Such bulk properties - as well as surface morphologies - present a strong dependence on growth parameters, mainly the V/III ratio. ...
Sensitivity of photoelectron energy loss spectroscopy to surface reconstruction of microcrystalline diamond films
(Applied Surface Science, 2013)
Three-dimensional analysis of fracture, corrosion and wear surfaces
(PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2010)
A brief look at the history of fractography has shown a recent trend in the quantification of topographic parameters through the use of three-dimensional reconstruction techniques, which associate SEM stereoscopy and ...
Three-dimensional reconstruction of fracture surfaces: Area matching algorithms for automatic parallax measurements
This paper describes two solutions for systematic measurement of surface elevation that can be used for both profile and surface reconstructions for quantitative fractography case studies. The first one is developed under ...
Surface reconstruction using multiple light sources and perspective projection
This paper presents a method to recover 3D geometry of Lambertian surfaces by using multiple images taken from the same view point and with the scene illuminated from different positions. This approach differs from Stereo ...
Quantitative fractography by digital image processing: NIH Image macro tools for stereo pair analysis and 3-D reconstruction
(Blackwell Science, 2001-10-01)
A set of NIH Image macro programs was developed to make qualitative and quantitative analyses from digital stereo pictures produced by scanning electron microscopes. These tools were designed for image alignment, anaglyph ...