Digital Signal Processing


Non-Destructive Quality Analysis of Indian Gujarat-17 Oryza Sativa SSP Indica(rice) Using Image Processing

Authors: Chetna V. Maheshwari, Kavindra R. Jain, Chintan K. Modi

The Agricultural industry on the whole is ancient so far. Quality assessment of grains is a very big challenge since time immemorial. The paper presents a solution for quality evaluation and grading of Rice industry using computer vision and image processing. In this paper basic problem of rice industry for quality assessment is defined which is traditionally done manually by human inspector. Machine vision provides one alternative for an automated, non-destructive and cost-effective technique. With the help of proposed method for solution of quality assessment via computer vision, image analysis and processing there is a high degree of quality achieved as compared to human vision inspection. This paper proposes a new method for counting the number of Oryza sativa L (rice seeds) with long seeds as well as small seeds using image processing with a high degree of quality and then quantify the same for the rice seeds based on combined measurements.

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[v1] 2012-08-18 21:59:26

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