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Image processing for underwater measurement of salmon biomass

Citation
Chan D, McFarlane NJB, Hockaday S, Tillett RD & Ross L (1998) Image processing for underwater measurement of salmon biomass. In: IEE Colloquium on Underwater Applications of Image Processing. 1998/217. IEE Colloquium on Underwater Applications of Image Processing, London, 25.03.1998-25.03.1998. Red Hook, NJ: IEE, pp. 12/1-12/6. https://doi.org/10.1049/ic%3A19980129

Abstract
A non-intrusive method for monitoring salmon stock has been developed which includes the use of two matched monochrome CCD cameras. Stereo image sequences are grabbed and digitised. The images are used to calculate various measurements from the fish, which are then used to estimate its mass. Methods for estimating the fish mass have been investigated. An image analysis algorithm for locating salmon from an underwater image has been developed and more advanced techniques are under development.

StatusPublished
Author(s)Chan, Dickson; McFarlane, Nigel J B; Hockaday, S; Tillett, Robin D; Ross, Lindsay
Number in series1998/217
Publication date31/12/1998
PublisherIEE
Place of publicationRed Hook, NJ
ConferenceIEE Colloquium on Underwater Applications of Image Processing
Conference locationLondon
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