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Identifying and classifying damaged peanut kernels using ultraviolet, visible, and infrared sensors


, : Identifying and classifying damaged peanut kernels using ultraviolet, visible, and infrared sensors. SPIE Proceedings Series 1836: 298-303

Spectral reflectance characteristics of groundnut kernels were measured using ultraviolet, visible, and infrared sensors. Kernels were classified into categories based on their spectral characteristics. Correlations of the reflectance data with qualitative and quantitative quality measurements then indicated the effectiveness of various optical sensors in identifying poor quality groundnuts.

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