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Topic: fruit and vegetable Recognition
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Rune Allnor

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Re: fruit and vegetable Recognition
Posted: Nov 19, 2008 4:47 PM
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On 19 Nov, 22:06, ImageAnalyst <imageanal...@mailinator.com> wrote:
> On Nov 19, 9:27 am, Anonymous wrote:
>

> > Dear all,
> > i am a final year student of engineering doing my project on image processsing which is "fruit and vegetable Recognition ".
> > so if any body has a code related to this can he, please , forward it to me as soon as possible....
> > Or if someone have time to help me, i'll really appreciate it
> > thanks

>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------­--
> Moi Toi:
> You have to find "descriptors" for fruits and vegetables, such as
> color, shape, size, or texture.  Unfortunately you won't find that all
> fruits have one set of descriptors and all vegetables have another,
> not to mention the issue Walter brought up.  Do you need to
> distinguish fruits from vegetables?  Or can you just find ANY fruits
> OR vegetables in an image (in which case maybe you can just look for
> brightly colored object in an otherwise drab scene).


What about potatoes? Turnips? Onions? None are exactly
bright in color (at least not the variants I know of).

And what about chives? How do you distinguish them from
grass?

Rune



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