Analysis of images obtained by capillary dynamolysis method

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Abstract

Now the methods of computational image analysis allow us to automate the techniques of routine analysis of digital images in various fields of research. The capillary dynamolysis method reflects the spectrum of organic matter in a biological sample. Last decades it is widely applied in ecology and food industry to study the properties of soil and products.
This paper presents an approach to the analysis and classification of soil samples obtained by capillary dynamolysis. Detectors of brightness differences help to define a special boundary curve on the image, and distances from the central point of the image to the points on the curve are the classifying signs for the image under study.
A set of 128 images is divided into 8 classes, which are used to assess the qualitative properties of soil samples. Computed features make it possible to distinguish samples of the soil of the worst quality and to compare images from different classes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 14th International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...)
EditorsDimiter Tz. Dimitrov
Place of PublicationSofia
Publisher TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOFIA
Pages36-40
Publication statusPublished - 17 Oct 2019
Event14TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMMUNICATIONS, ELECTROMAGNETICS AND MEDICAL APPLICATIONS - София
Duration: 17 Oct 201919 Oct 2019

Publication series

NameProceedings of ... International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...)
ISSN (Print)1314-2100

Conference

Conference14TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMMUNICATIONS, ELECTROMAGNETICS AND MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
Abbreviated titleCEMA’19
CountryBulgaria
CityСофия
Period17/10/1919/10/19

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Soils
Ecology
Biological materials
Image analysis
Luminance
Detectors
Industry

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  • Computer Science(all)

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Murenin, I., & Ampilova , N. (2019). Analysis of images obtained by capillary dynamolysis method. In D. T. Dimitrov (Ed.), Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...) (pp. 36-40). (Proceedings of ... International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...)). Sofia: TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOFIA.
Murenin, I. ; Ampilova , N. / Analysis of images obtained by capillary dynamolysis method. Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...). editor / Dimiter Tz. Dimitrov. Sofia : TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOFIA, 2019. pp. 36-40 (Proceedings of ... International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...)).
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Murenin, I & Ampilova , N 2019, Analysis of images obtained by capillary dynamolysis method. in DT Dimitrov (ed.), Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...). Proceedings of ... International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...), TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOFIA, Sofia, pp. 36-40, София, 17/10/19.

Analysis of images obtained by capillary dynamolysis method. / Murenin, I.; Ampilova , N.

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Murenin I, Ampilova N. Analysis of images obtained by capillary dynamolysis method. In Dimitrov DT, editor, Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...). Sofia: TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOFIA. 2019. p. 36-40. (Proceedings of ... International Conference on Communications, Electromagnetic and Medical Applications (CEMA ...)).