Improved Classification of Intact Ripe Mango Sweetness using Fusion Deep Learning and Enhanced Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

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Volume-70 Issue-7
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Sumitra Nuanmeesri, Lap Poomhiran
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I7P207

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Sumitra Nuanmeesri, Lap Poomhiran, "Improved Classification of Intact Ripe Mango Sweetness using Fusion Deep Learning and Enhanced Near-Infrared Spectroscopy" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 7, pp. 60-67, 2022. Crossref,

This research aims to develop models for classifying the sweetness of intact ripe mangoes using image-based deep learning fused with near-infrared spectral data. Each mango was measured for near-infrared spectral data at all 12 locations distributed across the fruit. These spectral data were enhanced by Baseline Linear Correction, Multiplicative Scatter Correction, Standard Normal Variate, and mixed methods. Next, the mango images are processed using the GrabCut method to eliminate background information and then adjusted with the Adaptive Mean-C Thresholding method. Finally, the mango fruit image was processed, and the enhanced spectral data were taken through feature extraction using a Convolutional Neural Network-based early fusion technique. The results showed that the model using the enhanced spectral data that applied the Multiplicative Scatter Correction combined with the Standard Normal Variate method provided the highest model efficiency. The training accuracy was 99.66%, and this model's validation accuracy was 94.20%. Therefore, enhanced nearinfrared spectroscopy, combined with image processing and model development deep learning-based, can improve the classification of the sweetness of ripe mangoes.

Classification, Deep Learning, Mango Sweetness, Near-Infrared, Neural Network.

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