Characterization of morphological evolution of plants (forsythias) by image analysis under water stress conditions

@inproceedings{Foucher2003CharacterizationOM,
  title={Characterization of morphological evolution of plants (forsythias) by image analysis under water stress conditions},
  author={Philipper Foucher and Paul Revollon and Rachid Boumaza and Bertnand Vigouroux and G{\'e}rard Chasseriaux},
  booktitle={International Conference on Quality Control by Artificial Vision},
  year={2003}
}
The object of the study was to analyze the evolution of the morphology of a plant when it is under water stress conditions. Four parameters - Fourier descriptors, invariant moments, fractal dimension and skeleton parameters - are measured on two sets of plants: stressed plants and control plants. An analysis of variance allows us to determinate the parameter which is the more “apt” to discriminate a control plant from a stress plant. 

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