Depth Classification of Defects Based on Neural Architecture Search

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  • External authors:
  • Haoze Chen
  • Zhijie Zhang
  • Chenyang Zhao
  • Jiaqi Liu
  • Yanfeng Li
  • Fengxiang Wang
  • Zhenyu Lin

Abstract

As an important part of non-destructive testing, infrared thermography testing is widely used in various fields of industrial development for monitoring the quality of metal parts. Considering the problem of low detection rate of surface defects on steel parts, we explored the application of neural architecture search (NAS) in infrared thermography area for the first time. On the one hand, we compared different time-series temperature features of defect locations in infrared images and validate the performance of three different features such as heating, cooling and full process by machine learning methods. On the other hand, we searched for multilayer perceptron through NAS technology to classify defects with different depths. Experiments have proved that the time-series temperature feature is very effective when used in the depth classification of defects, and the accuracy rate can reach 93% under the verification of traditional machine learning methods. The NAS technique used in this paper can search 100 multilayer perceptrons in a minimum of 121s and achieve 100% defect classification accuracy.

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Original languageEnglish
Article number9424564
Pages (from-to)73424-73432
Number of pages9
JournalIEEE Access
Volume9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 6 May 2021

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