A genetic algorithm approach for feature selection in potatoes classification by computer vision
UNIVERSAL IDENTIFIER: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/1855
EDITED VERSION: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/5414871/
UNESCO SUBJECT: 1206.01 Construcción de Algoritmos ; 1203.06 Sistemas Automatizados de Control de Calidad ; 3309 Tecnología de Los Alimentos
DOCUMENT TYPE: conferenceObject
Potato quality control has improved in the last years thanks to automation techniques like machine vision, mainly making the classification task between different quality degrees faster, safer and less subjective. We present a system that classifies potatoes depending on their external defects and diseases. Firstly, some image processing techniques are used to segment and analyze the potatoes. Then, a classifier is used to decide the group the potato belongs to. For the feature selection task, we have designed an ad-hoc genetic algorithm which maximizes the classification percentage. This approach is used to perform an optimization in the search of the better feature combination. The system shows to be effective in real operation simulations (working with unwashed potatoes covered with dust and sand,), what seems to be a good starting point in the development of the system.
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