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Identification of weeds based on hyperspectral imaging and machine learning

发布者: [发表时间]:2021-01-06 [来源]: [浏览次数]:

论文题目:Identification of weeds based on hyperspectral imaging and machine learning

论文作者:Yanjie Li, Mahmoud Al-Sarayreh, Kenji Irie, Graeme Bourdot, Marlon M. Reis and Kioumars Ghamkhar*

期刊来源:Frontiers in Plant Science

论文摘要:

Weeds can be major environmental and economic burdens in New Zealand. Traditional methods of weed control include manual and chemical approaches can be time consuming and costly. Some chemical herbicides may have negative environmental and human health impacts. One of the proposed important steps for providing alternatives to these traditional approaches is the automated identification and mapping of weeds. We used hyperspectral imaging (HSI) data and machine learning to explore the possibility of fast, accurate and automated discrimination of weeds in pastures where ryegrass and clovers are the sown species. Hyperspectral images from two grasses (Setaria pumila [yellow bristle grass] and Stipa arundinacea [wind grass]) and two broad leaf weed species (Ranunculus acris [giant buttercup] and Cirsium arvense [Californian thistle]) were acquired and pre-processed using the standard normal variate (SNV) method. We trained three classification models, namely partial least squares-discriminant analysis (PLS-DA), support vector machine (SVM) and Multilayer Perceptron (MLP) using whole plant averaged (Av) spectra and superpixels (Sp) averaged spectra from each weed sample. All three classification models showed repeatable identification of four weeds using both Av and Sp spectra with a range of overall accuracy of 70-100%. However, MLP based on the Sp method produced the most reliable and robust prediction result (89.1% accuracy). Four significant spectral regions were found as highly informative for characterising the four weed species and could form the basis for a rapid and efficient methodology for identifying weeds in ryegrass/clover pastures.

doi: 10.3389/fpls.2020.611622

论文链接:https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2020.611622/abstract