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Assessment of External Properties for Identifying Banana Fruit Maturity Stages Using Optical Imaging Techniques

Jiajun Zhuang, Chaojun Hou, Yu Tang, Yong He, Qiwei Guo, Aimin Miao, Zhenyu Zhong, Shaoming Luo
2019 Sensors  
fruit maturity stages using optical imaging techniques.  ...  In this study, an optical imaging based method was formulated to assess the importance of different external properties on the identification of four successive banana maturity stages.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19132910 pmid:31266167 pmcid:PMC6651252 fatcat:7v5n44bjsbaudaoqgzdmv27ib4

Investigating Maturity State and Internal Properties of Fruits Using Non-Destructive Techniques-A Review

Mohd Fadzli Abd Shaib, Ruzairi Abdul Rahim, S. Z. M. Muji, Azian Abd Aziz Ahmad
2017 TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control)  
The evaluation of internal condition of the fruit via destructive techniques mostly damaged the internal and external fruit structure.  ...  These nondestructive techniques include fruit evaluation via ultrasonic measurement techniques, light spectroscopy, imaging via Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and X-Ray, computer vision, electric nose  ...  Maturity State and Internal Properties of Fruits Using ....  ... 
doi:10.12928/telkomnika.v15i4.7236 fatcat:gddn6gi265d45hus5kylvwj6iy

Multi-Spectral Imaging for Fruits and Vegetables

Shilpa Gaikwad, Sonali Tidke
2022 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
From our analysis, we have found that the Partial Least Square Discriminant Analysis (PLS-DA) was most effective for identifying varieties of tomato seeds.  ...  For analyzing the quality of pomegranate fruits, the multiple linear regression model was the most optimal method.  ...  Fruit and vegetable quality include both internal and external properties.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2022.0130287 fatcat:6wjllq3fafazbbr7rgys256x74

Hyperspectral Imaging and Their Applications in the Nondestructive Quality Assessment of Fruits and Vegetables [chapter]

Xiaona Li, Ruolan Li, Mengyu Wang, Yaru Liu, Baohua Zhang, Jun Zhou
2018 Hyperspectral Imaging in Agriculture, Food and Environment  
Many researches based on spatial image and/or spectral image processing and analysis have been published proposing the use of hyperspectral imaging technique in the field of quality assessment of fruits  ...  Over the past decade, hyperspectral imaging has been rapidly developing and widely used as an emerging scientific tool in nondestructive fruit and vegetable quality assessment.  ...  [110] who studied banana fruit quality and maturity stages at three different temperatures by using hyperspectral imaging technique in the visible and near-infrared (400-1000 nm) regions to determine  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.72250 fatcat:c2zvitafozeg7an46avuiqycdy

Recent Advances and Applications of Hyperspectral Imaging for Fruit and Vegetable Quality Assessment

D. Lorente, N. Aleixos, J. Gómez-Sanchis, S. Cubero, O. L. García-Navarrete, J. Blasco
2011 Food and Bioprocess Technology  
Recent advances and applications of hyperspectral imaging for fruit and vegetable quality assessment.  ...  This article reviews recent works that use hyperspectral imaging for the inspection of fruit and vegetables.  ...  de España (INIA) through research project RTA2009-00118-C02-01 and by the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación de España (MICINN) through research project DPI2010-19457, both projects with the support of  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11947-011-0725-1 fatcat:4li4eo7ucreodepraa3fj2xmum

Applications of Photonics in Agriculture Sector: A Review

Yeong, Pin Jern, Yao, Hannan, Hoon
2019 Molecules  
This paper aims to present a comprehensive review of three photonic techniques, namely imaging, spectroscopy and spectral imaging, in a comparative manner for agriculture applications.  ...  Essentially, the spectral imaging technique is a robust solution which combines the benefits of both imaging and spectroscopy but faces the risk of underutilization.  ...  Apart from the detection of maturity for peach fruit, the maturity stage of strawberry is detected using a hyperspectral imaging system from 380 to 1030 nm and from 874 to 1734 nm [165] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/molecules24102025 pmid:31137897 pmcid:PMC6571790 fatcat:v4tbl5td2ja4lot7jjhhct2ndu

Sensors for product characterization and quality of specialty crops—A review

M. Ruiz-Altisent, L. Ruiz-Garcia, G.P. Moreda, Renfu Lu, N. Hernandez-Sanchez, E.C. Correa, B. Diezma, B. Nicolaï, J. García-Ramos
2010 Computers and Electronics in Agriculture  
Despite significant progress in the development of non-invasive techniques for quality assessment of fruits and vegetables, the pace for adoption of these technologies by the specialty crop industry has  ...  This review covers developments in non-invasive techniques for quality analysis and inspection of specialty crops, mainly fresh fruits and vegetables, over the past decade up to the year 2010.  ...  In fruits, a decrease in chlorophyll content of the skin is correlated with increasing maturity; this is traditionally used as the criterion for visual assessment of fruit maturity (Crisosto et al., 2007  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compag.2010.07.002 fatcat:pbslcn73pjg4hpj72xqa2vm7ei

Recent Developments in Noninvasive Techniques for Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Internal Quality Analysis

Peter Butz, Claudia Hofmann, Bernhard Tauscher
2006 Journal of Food Science  
techniques for the assessment or inspection of quality parameters of fruits made in developing nondestructive techniques for the assessment or inspection of quality parameters of fruits made in developing  ...  for the assessment or inspection of quality parameters of fruits made in developing nondestructive techniques for the assessment or inspection of quality parameters of fruits made in developing nondestructive  ...  In peaches, MRI techniques were found useful to identify woolly fruits.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2621.2005.tb08328.x fatcat:zqfw4vdambdqtci6tbdh5vew2a

Quality Assessment of Fruits and Vegetables using Bio-impedance based Expert System

2020 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
BI is measured as magnitude and phase for 7 days for each variety of fruit and vegetable followed by exhaustive frequency (5 kHz-200 kHz), ripening and rot analysis.  ...  Conventionally employed quality assessment methods like bio-chemical analysis, imaging etc. are destructive, inefficient and time consuming.  ...  Existing methods of quality assessment are physical, optical, acoustic, imaging, semiconductor sensors and chemical analyses.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.h6735.069820 fatcat:6qmwrt6tljghtahntr65kthwza

Rapid and noninvasive sensory analyses of food products by hyperspectral imaging: Recent application developments

Gözde Özdoğan, Xiaohui Lin, Da-Wen Sun
2021 Trends in Food Science & Technology  
Key findings and conclusions: The Vis-NIR (400-1000 nm) hyperspectral imaging is most used for the assessment of sensory properties.  ...  Regression models are applied for determining the texture, colour, flavour, and freshness of food products while classification models are used to detect the defects and maturity by which the most accurate  ...  Acknowledgements Gözde Ö zdogan is grateful to the YLSY Scholarship Programme, Ministry of National Education, Turkey, for a scholarship to support her PhD study in University College Dublin, Ireland.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tifs.2021.02.044 fatcat:fzyfvhy4m5ck5pfkokzh6bjm5y

Application of Vis/SNIR hyperspectral imaging in ripeness classification of pear

Rasool Khodabakhshian, Bagher Emadi
2017 International Journal of Food Properties  
Spectra and images of 450 pear samples were studied, which were selected from three ripeness stages (unripe, ripe, and overripe).  ...  The objective of this research was to create supervised classification models of pear ripeness with the use of hyperspectral imaging system in the visible and short near infrared (425-1000 nm) regions.  ...  use of hyperspectral imaging for the fruits ripeness/quality assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10942912.2017.1354022 fatcat:epiynrxlvvgs3nygbdce2nrpaq

Agriculture Robots using Deep Learning

2020 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
Throughout this paper we aim to understand the key techniques of using robots in agriculture.  ...  Agricultural researchers often use software systems without an appropriate analysis of the ideas and mechanisms of a technique.  ...  The main contribution is the use of optimization techniques to simulate two famous banana ailments, banana sigatoka and banana speckle in reality and under hostile conditions such as lighting, intricate  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.f7823.038620 fatcat:ubc3g6x2jjfa7ajbl5cfah247e

Application of Absorption and Scattering Properties Obtained through Image Pre-Classification Method Using a Laser Backscattering Imaging System to Detect Kiwifruit Chilling Injury

Zhuo Yang, Mo Li, Andrew R. East, Manuela Zude-Sasse
2021 Foods  
A non-destructive approach to detect CI injury was tested in the present study, using a laser backscattering image (LBI) technique calibrated with 56 liquid phantoms for providing absorption coefficient  ...  The optical properties of 'SunGold™'and 'Hayward' kiwifruit were analysed at 520 nm with a two-step protocol capturing pre-classification according to the LBI parameters used in the calibration and estimation  ...  and Sue Nicholson from Massey for kiwifruit assessment; Steve Glasgow from Massey for assisting liquid phantom preparation; Start AFresh for suppling CI 'Hayward' kiwifruit from a large trial; Zespri  ... 
doi:10.3390/foods10071446 fatcat:u22fga2agndeppdshj4hi5noii

Innovative Hyperspectral Imaging-Based Techniques for Quality Evaluation of Fruits and Vegetables: A Review

Yuzhen Lu, Yuping Huang, Renfu Lu
2017 Applied Sciences  
Applications of these techniques for property and quality evaluation of fruits and vegetables are then presented.  ...  New, non-destructive sensing techniques for fast and more effective quality assessment of fruits and vegetables are needed to meet the ever-increasing consumer demand for better, more consistent and safer  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors are grateful to three anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app7020189 fatcat:smstthtwbzbrxhbgjp3vcqf2mu

Machine Vision for Ripeness Estimation in Viticulture Automation

Eleni Vrochidou, Christos Bazinas, Michail Manios, George A. Papakostas, Theodore P. Pachidis, Vassilis G. Kaburlasos
2021 Horticulturae  
Moreover, the integration of machine vision algorithms in grape harvesting robots for real-time in-field maturity assessment is additionally examined.  ...  Ripeness estimation of fruits and vegetables is a key factor for the optimization of field management and the harvesting of the desired product quality.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/horticulturae7090282 doaj:60a53d58958e451cadf3af519e6cf3c0 fatcat:uhgjpx6hwjg5pbpwrhyy5kozjm
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