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A Comprehensive Survey of Fruit Grading Systems for Tropical Fruits of Maharashtra
Published in Taylor and Francis
PMID: 24915312
Volume: 55.0
Issue: 12.0
Pages: 658.0 - 1671.0
It is said that the backbone of Indian economy is agriculture. The contribution of the agriculture sector to the national GDP (Gross Domestic Products) was 14.6% in the year 2010. To attain a growth rate equivalent to that of industry (viz. about 9%), it is highly mandatory for Indian agriculture to modernize and use automation at various stages of cultivation and post harvesting techniques. The use of computers in assessing the quality of fruits is one of the major activities in post harvesting technology. As of now, this assessment is majorly done manually, except for a few fruits. Currently, the fruit quality assessment by machine vision in India is still at research level. Major research has been carried out in countries like China, Malaysia, UK, and Netherlands. To suit the Indian market and psychology of Indian farmers, it is necessary to develop indigenous technology. This paper is the first step towards evaluating the research carried out by the research community all over world for tropical fruits. For the purpose of survey, we have concentrated on the tropical fruits of the state of Maharashtra, while keeping in focus of the review image processing algorithms.
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JournalData powered by TypesetCritical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition(Taylor and Francis)
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