Classification of Fruits Using Computer Vision and a Multiclass Support Vector Machine

  title={Classification of Fruits Using Computer Vision and a Multiclass Support Vector Machine},
  author={Yudong Zhang and Lenan Wu},
Automatic classification of fruits via computer vision is still a complicated task due to the various properties of numerous types of fruits. We propose a novel classification method based on a multi-class kernel support vector machine (kSVM) with the desirable goal of accurate and fast classification of fruits. First, fruit images were acquired by a digital camera, and then the background of each image was removed by a split-and-merge algorithm; Second, the color histogram, texture and shape… CONTINUE READING
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