Citizen crowds and experts: observer variability in image-based plant phenotyping

@inproceedings{Giuffrida2018CitizenCA,
  title={Citizen crowds and experts: observer variability in image-based plant phenotyping},
  author={Mario Valerio Giuffrida and Feng Chen and Hanno Scharr and Sotirios A. Tsaftaris},
  booktitle={Plant Methods},
  year={2018}
}
BackgroundImage-based plant phenotyping has become a powerful tool in unravelling genotype–environment interactions. The utilization of image analysis and machine learning have become paramount in extracting data stemming from phenotyping experiments. Yet we rely on observer (a human expert) input to perform the phenotyping process. We assume such input to be a ‘gold-standard’ and use it to evaluate software and algorithms and to train learning-based algorithms. However, we should consider… CONTINUE READING
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