3D Saliva Ferning Images to Determine The Women's Fertility Rates

@article{Karyati20193DSF,
  title={3D Saliva Ferning Images to Determine The Women's Fertility Rates},
  author={Cut Maisyarah Karyati and Aries Muslim and Daryl Diningrat},
  journal={Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Video and Image Processing},
  year={2019}
}
In this paper we will discuss the process of processing salivary images which will be represented by salivary fern patterns into 3D shapes and determine the level of fertility visually with existing theories. The author raises this theme because it can make it easier to recognize the pattern of ferns in saliva in determining the level of female fertility in the health field. The work stages in this paper start from the study of literature, data collection, designing 3D applications, making 3D… 

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