Citrus Yield Mapping System in Natural Outdoor Scenes using the Watershed Transform

  title={Citrus Yield Mapping System in Natural Outdoor Scenes using the Watershed Transform},
  author={Radnaabazar Chinchuluun and Won Suk Lee},
A machine vision system consisting of two CCD color cameras, a DGPS receiver, an encoder and ultrasonic sensors was developed to obtain citrus yield information of a citrus grove. A total of 512 images from 32 trees were taken during static operation from a citrus grove located in the Winter Garden, Florida. A fruit counting algorithm was developed in this research to estimate citrus yield. Noise removal and illumination adjustment were conducted. The color segmentation and marker-controlled… CONTINUE READING
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