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Effective Wavelengths Selection of Hyperspectral Images of Plastic Films in Cotton

Abstract : This research was conducted to investigate the application of detecting plastic films in cotton using visible and near-infrared hyperspectral imaging. A line-scan hyperspectral imaging system (326–1100 nm) was used to detect plastic films mixed with cotton which was an important quality issue. Hyperspectral reflectance images were acquired and difference spectra of cotton and plastic films were extracted and analyzed to determine the dominant wavelengths. Also, as one of the most commonly used methods for dimensionality reduction, principal component analysis (PCA) was chosen to process the hyperspectral images. Afterwards, effective wavelengths were selected by analyzing the first three principal components (PCs) and six single-band images at 473.24 nm, 497.29 nm, 530.6 nm, 670.81 nm, 674.71 nm, and 955.68 nm were extracted respectively. Finally, the selected wavelengths were validated to prove the effectiveness. The results indicated that the selected wavelengths could be able to detect plastic films in cotton instead of the whole wavelengths.
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Hang Zhang, Xi Qiao, Zhenbo Li, Daoliang Li. Effective Wavelengths Selection of Hyperspectral Images of Plastic Films in Cotton. 9th International Conference on Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture (CCTA), Sep 2015, Beijing, China. pp.519-527, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-48357-3_48⟩. ⟨hal-01557847⟩



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