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Java Sparrow Bird Sex Detection Through Texture Analysis and Beak Image Color

Java Sparrow Bird Sex Detection Through Texture Analysis and Beak Image Color

Agus Mulyono

Department of Physics, State Islamic University of Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang, Indonesia Jl. Gajayana No. 50 Malang 65144.

 
* Corresponding author: gusmul@fis.uin-malang.ac.id

ABSTRACT

Java sparrow is a member of a monomorphic group. Males and females have a physical appearance that looks the same, especially the color of their fur. Limited information regarding the characteristics and behavior of male and female Java sparrows can cause problems regarding sex determination, causing delays in normal mating. Further impact on the crossbreeding efforts of Java sparrow. This study aims to determine the sex detection process of Java sparrow through color and texture analysis of Java sparrow beak image with classification method using ANFIS and determine the level of accuracy. In this study there are 3 stages, namely preprocessing, learning stages and testing stages. The results of the Java sparrow sex detection accuracy through texture and color analysis of beak images using the ANFIS method are 90%. This shows that texture and color can be used to detect the sex of Java sparrow

 

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Pakistan Journal of Zoology

December

Vol. 54, Iss. 6, Pages 2501-3000

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