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For the supervised classification, the training data are labelled and used to define the cluster descriptions. These descriptions are then used to classify the inputted data. In contrast, the unsupervised classification uses unlabelled data for the training. The data are clustered based on their similarity criteria. The process is performed iteratively until the centroids are maximally separated . In data management, clustering algorithms are required due to the increasing volume and variety of data.
For example, if R22 is found to be closer to 1 than R32 , Sa ,2 is considered to be the overall surface roughness. 8. This subtraction yields the deviation surface. The average roughness equation is applied to the deviation surface to compute the lesion surface roughness. 1 Surface Roughness Measurement: Abrasive Paper Several abrasive papers with several different roughness grades have been tested to validate the surface roughness measurement on various rough surfaces. There are five grades used for the validation: 16, 24, 60, 80, and 280.
The validation process determines the accuracy and precision of a roughness measurement on a 3D curved skin surface. The algorithm is considered valid if the measured surface roughness of the tapes (lesion model) is constant at any location on the skin surface. In this study the surface of the mannequin is used to simulate human skin surfaces. 12 Validation of surface roughness using lesion models on a life-size mannequin. 13. 0013 mm ( xCurve ± σ Curve). 3 Performance Analysis To determine the accuracy and precision of a surface roughness measurement, the average Sa of the lesion models on a flat surface is used as a reference (SaRef).