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Title: Application and potential of backscattering imaging techniques in agricultural and food processing e A review
Authors: Adebayo, Segun E.
Hashim, Norhasila
Abdan, Khalina
Marsyita, Hanafi
Keywords: Diffuse reflectance Non-invasive
Optical properties Fruit quality Scattering
Issue Date: 21-Aug-2015
Publisher: Elsevier Journal of Food Engineering
Citation: Adebayo et al. / Journal of Food Engineering 169 (2016) 155-164
Abstract: This review covers the application of backscattering imaging as a non-invasive technique for monitoring the quality of agricultural and food products. The review enumerates and discusses the concepts and various applications of laser light backscattering imaging (LLBI), multispectral laser backscattering imaging (MBI) and hyperspectral laser backscattering imaging (HBI). All the methods make use of laser light which varies in spectrum from visible up to near-infrared to detect changes in the quality of fresh produce. Emphasis is placed on applications which demonstrate promising potential for agricultural and food applications under various conditions. A critical review of the limitations is also given.
URI: http://http://dspace.futminna.edu.ng/jspui/handle/1/4519
ISSN: 0260-8774
Appears in Collections:Agriculture and Bioresources Engineering

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