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E-BOTANIST (LEAVES AND FLOWERS RECOGNITION)

ChawinKuakiatngam5088126ITCS/B
PitchayukSupapattranon5088150ITCS/B
NititatSiriwisesokul5088227ITCS/B

B.Sc.(INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY)

Project Advisor: Asst. Prof. Dr.Chomtip Pornpanomchai

Abstract

Thailand is located in South East Asia which is hot, warm and rainy. For these reason, Thailand is rich in natural resources and there are various species of plants-some can be found generally, some can only be found in specific areas. These plants are both useful and dangerous. Memorizing and recognizing species of plants are a difficult and important task to most people. As the world achieves a major breakthrough in technology, we can develop leaves and flowers recognition program that allows human to differentiate the sorts of plants more precisely than human’s eyes.

The project is to study and analyze the details of plants prepared by group members. The program was created with MATLAB 2010 which will analyze pictures of leaves and flowers, and compare them with images in database then the program will provide the details of that kind of plant. Our program covers 50 kinds of leaves and 30 kinds of flowers both of which are stored in database. There are 25 images per one kind of plant and flowers in database. There are nine features to recognize and sort the plant. Values obtained from the computation are analyzed to find the particular sort. After the analysis, the program will show the result as pictures along with the important details of the plant. The project is for those who interested in Botany to search and study more conveniently and precisely.

 

KEYWORDS: RECOGNITION / LEAF / FLOWER / BOTANIST

 

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