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Basic studies on weeding without herbicide (part 2). Crop recognition by inference of crop distribution using fuzzy theory

, : Basic studies on weeding without herbicide (part 2). Crop recognition by inference of crop distribution using fuzzy theory. Journal of the Japanese Society of Agricultural Machinery 57(6): 125-132

As a part of the potential technology to achieve a method to remove weeds physically without using any herbicide, a fuzzy inference system was developed. The system recognizes crop projections on a binary image, where both crop projections and noises coexist, taking advantage of the grid-like regularity of the crop distribution on the field.

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