Automatic Cattle Identification based on Muzzle Photo Using Speed-Up Robust Features Approach

  title={Automatic Cattle Identification based on Muzzle Photo Using Speed-Up Robust Features Approach},
  author={Ary Noviyanto},
Cattle identification has been a serious problem for breeding association. The need of a robust identification method is a must. The previous identification means have not been satisfactory. The biometric marking has been investigated to be a permanent marking of the individual. Muzzle pattern or nose print has the same characteristic with the human fingerprint which is the most popular biometric marker. SURF approach which is an object recognition based method has been evaluated for the… CONTINUE READING
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