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Development of Auto-Sorting Device for Green Coffee Bean Defects with Machine Vision
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In this study, an auto-sorting system was developed to detect washed green coffee beans with defects. Defects on green coffee beans are caused during the processes of harvesting, drying, hulling, and transporting. Beans with severe defects can be removed using a color-sorting machine. However, the sorting of high-quality coffee beans has to be conducted manually. Therefore, we developed a sorting system with an aim to reduce labor costs. The system performs functions such as auto-feeding, image capturing, color training and classification on a batch of green beans. In this study, image processing techniques were used to extract contour features and color features based on the appearance of green coffee beans. Moreover, a method that detects defects caused to the beans by insects ( insect defect detection method) was developed. Top and bottom images of each bean were captured using cameras. First, 16 shape features were extracted, and coffee beans were classified into chipped defective beans and not chipped beans by using a back-propagation neural network. Second, the insect defect detection method was used to detect holes and very dark spots on beans. Third, color features were extracted from 8-bit gray images and RGB color images. Cluster-color features were extracted by applying K-means clustering on images in the CIELAB color space and by retrieving mean values from the corresponding areas in RGB images. In the offline training mode, clustering color features were used to train a new Bayes classifier for detecting defective coffee beans in various batches of coffee beans. In the online sorting mode, clustering color features were used to estimate the level of partial sourness and partial blackness in beans by using a pretrained Bayes classifier. The auto-sorting device was tested for seven batches of green coffee beans, and samples were rechecked manually. Based on the sorting results, the weight of defective beans obtained after sorting with the proposed device was on average 79% that of the defective beans obtained through manual sorting. The verified false alarm rate of defective beans was less than 1.6% for the total weight on average.
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