François Chung, Ph.D.

Tag: pollen identification

EUE 2017 - Book

EUE 2017 – Book

Publication François Chung, Tomás Rodríguez; Multi-focal Image Segmentation, Classification and Authentication: A General Framework applied on Microscope Pollen Images; Éditions universitaires européennes (EUE), Saarbrücken, 2017; ISBN: 978-3841677907. Abstract In this book, we propose a general framework for multi-focal image segmentation, classification and authentication, the methodology being demonstrated on microscope pollen images. The framework is meant to be […]

Micron 2015 - Academic journal

Micron 2015 – Academic journal article

Publication J. Víctor Marcos, Rodrigo Nava, Gabriel Cristóbal, Rafael Redondo, Boris Escalante-Ramírez, Gloria Bueno, Óscar Déniz, Amelia González-Porto, Cristina Pardo, François Chung, Tomás Rodríguez; Automated pollen identification using microscopic imaging and texture analysis; In: Micron, 68, pp. 36-46, 2015. Abstract Pollen identification is required in different scenarios such as prevention of allergic reactions, climate analysis […]

APIFRESH

APIFRESH

Inspiralia project @Madrid, Spain (2012). The competitiveness of the European beekeeping sector is progressively falling due to the reduction of production as a direct consequence of the decrease in bee population. In addition, beekeeping products from countries with lower quality standards are gaining market share in Europe through an unfair competition. Furthermore, there is a lack […]

Inspiralia 2013 - Technical report

Inspiralia 2013 – Technical report

Publication François Chung, Tomás Rodríguez; A general framework for multi-focal image classification and authentication: Application to microscope pollen images; Inspiralia, Madrid, 2013. Abstract In this article, we propose a general framework for multi-focal image classification and authentication, the methodology being demonstrated on microscope pollen images. The framework is meant to be generic and based on […]

Inspiralia 2012 - Technical report

Inspiralia 2012 – Technical report

Publication François Chung, Tomás Rodríguez; Automatic pollen grain and exine segmentation from microscope images; Inspiralia, Madrid, 2012. Abstract In this article, we propose an automatic method for the segmentation of pollen grains from microscope images, followed by the automatic segmentation of their exine. The objective of exine segmentation is to separate the pollen grain in […]