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Reverse Engineering of Automotive Parts Applying Laser Scanning and Structured
 

Summary: Reverse Engineering of Automotive Parts
Applying Laser Scanning and Structured
Light Techniques
Project in Lieu of Thesis
presented for the
Masters of Science
Degree
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Ngozi Sherry Ali
May 2005
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I would like to first give thanks to Dr. M. Abidi for allowing me the opportunity to join
the IRIS lab as a graduate research assistant. His support and patients has allowed me to
complete one of my many life goals. Thanks for giving me the chance to earn a degree of
higher education and to reach heights that I knew I could reach. Saying "thank you" will
never be enough to repay you for all you have done. Again, I thank you for everything
and I am very appreciative.
I would like to thank Dr. Koschan for advising me on all my work and projects. I value
the guidance that was giving to me. Thanks for being the best advisor a student could ask
for. I would also like to thank Dr. Page for always being there when I needed. There was

  

Source: Abidi, Mongi A. - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tennessee

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences