Fish Eggs Calculation Models Using Morphological Operation

Syaipul Ramdhan, Muhammad Syafrullah


Calculations on group objects are the concern of current researchers, to find optimal detection and calculation solutions. One of them is fish eggs in a group. Fish cultivators need precision in calculations, because currently conventional methods often make errors in calculations. If the calculation is wrong, it will have an impact on production and sales that are not balanced (loss). Small and easily broken fish eggs are grouped and it is
difficult to do manual calculations. The purpose of this study is to test which segmentation method is the most optimal in calculating these grouped fish egg objects and produce precise and fast calculations. The test model was developed from algorithm of morphological operations,
watershed and statistical approaches with the same number of samples. The result shows morphological operation is better than the others with 96.67%, watershed 81.28% and the count statistic is 95.62% with an average calculation process speed of 54.5 seconds for morphological operations, watershed 1 minute 55 seconds and statistical approach 58.9 seconds. As a result. morphology gets the most optimal and fast calculation results.


object calculation; HSV; otsu tresholding; morphological operations; watershed; statistics

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