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Grading meat quality by texture analysis

By: Otsubo, A.; Hayashi, K.; Shiranita, K.; Takiyama, R.; Miyajima, T.;

1999 / IEEE / 0-7803-5731-0

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This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Grading meat quality by texture analysis ' We describe a method of determining meat quality using the concepts of ""marbling score"" and texture analysis. The marbling score is a measure of the distribution density of fat in the rib-eye region. In this system, we consider the marbling of meat as a texture pattern. We use a gray level cooccurrence matrix as a texture feature and make standard texture-feature vectors for each grade using it. The grade of an unevaluated image is determined by comparing the texture-feature vector of this unevaluated image with the standard texture-feature vectors. Experimental results show that the system is effective.