Classification of Toxic Plants on Leaf Patterns Using Gray Level Co-Occurrence Matrix (GLCM) with Neural Network Method
Poisonous plants are plants that must be avoided and not consumed by humans, because the presence of poisonous plants is also often found in the surrounding environment without realizing it. Because of the lack of knowledge to classify poisonous plant species, it will be more difficult to find out. With the help of a computer system, it will be easier to identify the types of poisonous plants. There are 3 types of poisonous plants that will be used in this study, namely cassava, jatropha, and amethyst. There are also 3 types of non-toxic plants with almost the same morphology as a comparison, namely cassava, figs, and eggplant. In this study, researchers tried to classify poisonous plant species using leaf pattern features that would be extracted using shape features and Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM). The value taken from the shape feature is the values of area, width, diameter, perimeter, slender, and round. While the value of contrast, entropy, correlation, energy, and homogeneity for Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM) attributes. To classify data using Neural Network with RapidMiner application. From this study, it is known that from 300 total datasets used, the highest accuracy is 96.13% using the Neural Network method. With an AUC value of 0.986 and is included in the very good category.
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