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Deep Learning for 2D grapevine bud detection

@article{Marset2020DeepLF,
  title={Deep Learning for 2D grapevine bud detection},
  author={Wenceslao Villegas Marset and Diego Sebasti'an P'erez and Carlos Ariel D'iaz and Facundo Bromberg},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.11872}
}
In Viticulture, visual inspection of the plant is a necessary task for measuring relevant variables. In many cases, these visual inspections are susceptible to automation through computer vision methods. Bud detection is one such visual task, central for the measurement of important variables such as: measurement of bud sunlight exposure, autonomous pruning, bud counting, type-of-bud classification, bud geometric characterization, internode length, bud area, and bud development stage, among… Expand

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