Deep Learning for Tomato Diseases: Classification and Symptoms Visualization

@article{Brahimi2017DeepLF,
  title={Deep Learning for Tomato Diseases: Classification and Symptoms Visualization},
  author={M. Brahimi and K. Boukhalfa and A. Moussaoui},
  journal={Applied Artificial Intelligence},
  year={2017},
  volume={31},
  pages={299 - 315}
}
ABSTRACT Several studies have invested in machine learning classifiers to protect plants from diseases by processing leaf images. Most of the proposed classifiers are trained and evaluated with small datasets, focusing on the extraction of hand-crafted features from image to classify the leaves. In this study, we have used a large dataset compared to the state-of-the art. Here, the dataset contains 14,828 images of tomato leaves infected with nine diseases. To train our classifier, we have… Expand
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