Butterfly Classification by HSI and RGB Color Models Using Neural Networks

Jorge E. Grajales-Múnera, Alejandro Restrepo-Martinez

Abstract


This study aims the classification of Butterfly species through the implementation of Neural Networks and Image Processing. A total of 9 species of Morpho genre which has blue as a characteristic color are processed. For Butterfly segmentation we used image processing tools such as: Binarization, edge processing and mathematical morphology. For data processing RGB values are obtained for every image which are converted to HSI color model to identify blue pixels and obtain the data to the proposed Neural Networks: Back-Propagation and Perceptron. For analysis and verification of results confusion matrix are built and analyzed with the results of neural networks with the lowest error levels. We obtain error levels close to 1% in classification of some Butterfly species.

Keywords


Perceptron; back-propagation; neural networks; butterfly; color analysis.

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