Weather conditions very from month to month and these contribute to the variation in the annual ring width. The varying ring width patterns allow local timbers to be dated. The ring width gives a complete record of the patterns. The pattern in the size of ring width should be similar for all trees of the same species growing in an area under the same local conditions. This paper will demostrate the process of dating sample using a newly developed similarity measure.
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Zainodin Haji Jubok and Lo Li Lan, 2001. Dating Wooden Samples Through Cross-Matching Tree-Ring Patterns. Journal of Applied Sciences, 1: 477-479.
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