MyFood: A Food Segmentation and Classification System to Aid Nutritional Monitoring

@article{Freitas2020MyFoodAF,
  title={MyFood: A Food Segmentation and Classification System to Aid Nutritional Monitoring},
  author={Charles N. C. Freitas and Filipe R. Cordeiro and Valmir Macario},
  journal={2020 33rd SIBGRAPI Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images (SIBGRAPI)},
  year={2020},
  pages={234-239}
}
The absence of food monitoring has contributed significantly to the increase in the population’s weight. Due to the lack of time and busy routines, most people do not control and record what is consumed in their diet. Some solutions have been proposed in computer vision to recognize food images, but few are specialized in nutritional monitoring. This work presents the development of an intelligent system that classifies and segments food presented in images to help the automatic monitoring of… 

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