Detection of Fungal Disease in Cabbage Images Using Adaptive Thresholding Technique Compared with Threshold Technique

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  • S. Alex
  • S. Premkumar

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2172

Abstract

Aim: To improve the detection rate of fungal disease in cabbage leaf images using the adaptive thresholding algorithm in terms of accuracy and sensitivity. Materials and methods: The accuracy and sensitivity of adaptive thresholding algorithm (n=272) was compared with thresholding algorithm (n=272) with p-value 0.8 and appears to be improved the detection rate of fungal disease in cabbage in terms of accuracy and sensitivity in the MATLAB simulation tool. Result: The adaptive thresholding algorithm has appeared to be accuracy (80.5%) and sensitivity (93.5%) than the thresholding algorithm accuracy(62.7%) and sensitivity(43.1%). Adaptive thresholding algorithm has appeared to be accuracy (p=0.26) and sensitivity (p=0.614) compared with the thresholding algorithm. Conclusion: It appears to be that the detection rate is better using adaptive thresholding algorithm compared with thresholding algorithm in terms of accuracy and sensitivity.

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2021-07-11

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