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Discriminant analysis of grain flours for rice paper using fluorescence hyperspectral imaging system and chemometric methods

  • Seo, Youngwook (National Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Agricultural Engineering) ;
  • Lee, Ahyeong (National Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Agricultural Engineering) ;
  • Kim, Bal-Geum (National Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Agricultural Engineering) ;
  • Lim, Jongguk (National Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Agricultural Engineering)
  • 투고 : 2020.04.17
  • 심사 : 2020.08.05
  • 발행 : 2020.09.01

초록

Rice paper is an element of Vietnamese cuisine that can be used to wrap vegetables and meat. Rice and starch are the main ingredients of rice paper and their mixing ratio is important for quality control. In a commercial factory, assessment of food safety and quantitative supply is a challenging issue. A rapid and non-destructive monitoring system is therefore necessary in commercial production systems to ensure the food safety of rice and starch flour for the rice paper wrap. In this study, fluorescence hyperspectral imaging technology was applied to classify grain flours. Using the 3D hyper cube of fluorescence hyperspectral imaging (fHSI, 420 - 730 nm), spectral and spatial data and chemometric methods were applied to detect and classify flours. Eight flours (rice: 4, starch: 4) were prepared and hyperspectral images were acquired in a 5 (L) × 5 (W) × 1.5 (H) cm container. Linear discriminant analysis (LDA), partial least square discriminant analysis (PLSDA), support vector machine (SVM), classification and regression tree (CART), and random forest (RF) with a few preprocessing methods (multivariate scatter correction [MSC], 1st and 2nd derivative and moving average) were applied to classify grain flours and the accuracy was compared using a confusion matrix (accuracy and kappa coefficient). LDA with moving average showed the highest accuracy at A = 0.9362 (K = 0.9270). 1D convolutional neural network (CNN) demonstrated a classification result of A = 0.94 and showed improved classification results between mimyeon flour (MF)1 and MF2 of 0.72 and 0.87, respectively. In this study, the potential of non-destructive detection and classification of grain flours using fHSI technology and machine learning methods was demonstrated.

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