6 September 2017 Streamlining machine learning in mobile devices for remote sensing
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Proceedings Volume 10444, Fifth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment (RSCy2017); 1044407 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2279061
Event: Fifth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment (RSCy2017), 2017, Paphos, Cyprus
Abstract
Mobile devices have been at the forefront of Intelligent Farming because of its ubiquitous nature. Applications on precision farming have been developed on smartphones to allow small farms to monitor environmental parameters surrounding crops. Mobile devices are used for most of these applications, collecting data to be sent to the cloud for storage, analysis, modeling and visualization. However, with the issue of weak and intermittent connectivity in geographically challenged areas of the Philippines, the solution is to provide analysis on the phone itself. Given this, the farmer gets a real time response after data submission. Though Machine Learning is promising, hardware constraints in mobile devices limit the computational capabilities, making model development on the phone restricted and challenging. This study discusses the development of a Machine Learning based mobile application using OpenCV libraries. The objective is to enable the detection of Fusarium oxysporum cubense (Foc) in juvenile and asymptomatic bananas using images of plant parts and microscopic samples as input. Image datasets of attached, unattached, dorsal, and ventral views of leaves were acquired through sampling protocols. Images of raw and stained specimens from soil surrounding the plant, and sap from the plant resulted to stained and unstained samples respectively. Segmentation and feature extraction techniques were applied to all images. Initial findings show no significant differences among the different feature extraction techniques. For differentiating infected from non-infected leaves, KNN yields highest average accuracy, as opposed to Naive Bayes and SVM. For microscopic images using MSER feature extraction, KNN has been tested as having a better accuracy than SVM or Naive-Bayes.
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Andrei D. Coronel, Andrei D. Coronel, Ma. Regina E. Estuar, Ma. Regina E. Estuar, Kyle Kristopher P. Garcia, Kyle Kristopher P. Garcia, Bon Lemuel T. Dela Cruz, Bon Lemuel T. Dela Cruz, Jose Emmanuel Torrijos, Jose Emmanuel Torrijos, Hadrian Paulo M. Lim, Hadrian Paulo M. Lim, Patricia Angela R. Abu, Patricia Angela R. Abu, John Noel C. Victorino, John Noel C. Victorino, } "Streamlining machine learning in mobile devices for remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 10444, Fifth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment (RSCy2017), 1044407 (6 September 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2279061; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2279061
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