Nondestructive sensing for food safety, quality, and natural resources: 26-27 October, 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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SENSING FOR FOOD QUALITY
Development of hyperspectral imaging technique for the detection of chilling injury
Effect of wavelet transform techniques upon the estimation of sugar content in apple with
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accuracy agricultural algorithm analysis analyte apple apple fruit applied ASAE average bands calibration model camera carcasses cherries Chi-sq chilling injury chlorophyll classification coefficient coli color contamination correlation cucumbers developed digit image eggshell error extraction extruded feature extraction feature selection fecal feces Figure filter fluorescence Food Safety fruit firmness Gabor wavelets hyperspectral imaging image processing input inspection intensity laser light line segment machine vision measurement method mode moisture content multispectral imaging neural network Nondestructive Sensing optical parameters Partial Least Squares pit detection pixels poultry prediction protein radial basis function ratio features RBFN reflectance rice seeds RMSEP root mean square RT storage samples seed region selection algorithm Sensing for Food sensor signal skins soil texture sol-gel spectral Spectralon spectrophotometer spectroscopy spectrum SPIE surface systemically diseased chickens Table technique test set threshold training set wavelength wavelet transform Yud-Ren Chen Zhejiang University