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CHARACTERISATION OF RICE USING FLATBED SCANNING AND IMAGE ANALYSIS

@inproceedings{Dalen2006CHARACTERISATIONOR,
  title={CHARACTERISATION OF RICE USING FLATBED SCANNING AND IMAGE ANALYSIS},
  author={Gerard van Dalen},
  year={2006}
}
Rice is an important staple food throughout the world. Its market quality is mainly based on physical properties such as colour, chalkiness, length, width, shape, density and the number of broken rice kernels. These grain quality indicators can be determined by flatbed scanning (FBS) and image analysis (IA). The rice kernels were distributed in a single layer on the glass plate of the scanner and covered with a black sheet of paper. To facilitate the separation of touching rice kernels on the… 
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