Apple Fruit Quality Identification using Clustering

  • Rahul J. Mhaske
  • Siddharth B. Dabhade
  • Prapti Deshmukh
Keywords: fruit quality, size detecting, fruit grading, image processing, clustering.

Abstract

An apples a day keeps doctor away" this proverb gives us important of apple in our healthy life. Apples fruit is consist of plenty of nutrition's therefore, doctors are always prefer to advice to eat the apple in most of the diseases. Hence, there is a huge demand of apples in market. To fulfill this demands suppliers need to provide the good quality fruit. There is a need of quality fruits in market. In this work studied various types of apples quality by using clustering approach. Comparative analysis is performed and given results are much better as compare to earlier work.

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Published
2020-03-26
How to Cite
Mhaske, R. J., Dabhade, S. B., & Deshmukh, P. (2020). Apple Fruit Quality Identification using Clustering. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (AJCT), 5(3), 38-42. Retrieved from http://asianssr.org/index.php/ajct/article/view/912