Toward detecting crop diseases and pest by supervised learning

David Camilo Corrales

Abstract


The climate change has caused threats to agricultural production; the extremes of temperature and humidity, and other abiotic stresses are clearly the principal factors of apparition of disease and pest on crops. About the matter, recent research efforts have focused on predicting disease and pest crops using techniques from computer science such as supervised learning algorithms. Therefore in this paper, we present an overview of supervised learning algorithms commonly used in agriculture for the detection of pests and diseases in crops such as corn, rice, coffee, mango, peanut, and tomato, among others, with the aim of selecting the algorithms that give the performance best suited.

 


Keywords


supervised learning;classifier;crop;disease;pest;agriculture

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.iyu19-1.tdcd

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