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Is the accuracy of value determination in automatic scaling and grading of unbarked sawtimber sufficient?


, : Is the accuracy of value determination in automatic scaling and grading of unbarked sawtimber sufficient?. Rapport, Skogteknologisk Avdeling, NISK (7/78): 18

While length measurement by electronic optical methods was highly accurate, top diam. (computed from diam. o.b.) was slightly below caliper measurements for the same logs.

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