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Milling effect on mustard seed shape


Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 92-6556): 11 pp.
Milling effect on mustard seed shape
Although the goal of milling is size reduction, a large percentage of mustard seed is unchanged in size during milling. Shape changes in "whole" mustard seed were used to evaluate the effectiveness of milling operations in altering those seeds which are not reduced in size. Shape descriptors were extracted by machine vision from silhouette images of milled and unmilled mustard seed. Eccentricity, compactness and Fourier boundary descriptors were evaluated.


Accession: 002433740



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