Emission filter design to detect poultry skin tumors using fluorescence

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This paper presents an optimal emission filter of the fluorescence imaging system to detect skin tumors on poultry carcasses. The secure production of disease-free meat is crucial in the mass production environment. The fluorescence spectra have been gaining the practical use in many areas because the fluorescence response is very sensitive in detecting trace elements. The spectral features of the specimen are embedded across broad spectral bands and have been analyzed in various methods. We apply the linear discriminant analysis to determine the emission filter of fluorescence imaging system. It provides the optimal attenuation of emission wavelengths in terms of discriminant power. The attenuation values prioritize wavelengths to select significant spectral bands. With the optimal filter, skin tumor parts of chicken carcasses are enhanced saliently in resultant fluorescence images.
Publisher
Univ Antioquia
Issue Date
2010-03
Language
English
Article Type
Article
Keywords

FECAL CONTAMINATION; CHICKEN CARCASSES; FOOD QUALITY; SYSTEM; REFLECTANCE; INSPECTION; SAFETY; IMAGES

Citation

REVISTA COLOMBIANA DE CIENCIAS PECUARIAS, v.23, no.1, pp.9 - 16

ISSN
0120-0690
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/94323
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