Automatic plant pest detection and recognition using k-means clustering algorithm and correspondence filters

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Faithpraise, Fina; Birch, Philip; Young, Rupert; Obu, J; Faithpraise, Bassey; Chatwin, Chris;
  • Publisher: BioIT InternationalsJournals
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Plant pest recognition and detection is vital for food security, quality of life and a stable agricultural economy. This research demonstrates the combination of the k-means clustering algorithm and the correspondence filter to achieve pest detection and recognition. Th... View more
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