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AutoresJosé Luis Ramírez-Arias, Ph. D. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7126-5378
Astrid Rubiano-Fonseca, Ph. D. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8894-7121
Robinson Jiménez-Moreno, Ph. D. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4812-3734
This paper describes a methodology for object recognition categorized as polyhedron and non-polyhedron. This recognition is achieved through digital image processing combined with artificial intelligence algorithms, such as Hopfield networks. The procedure consists of processing images in search of patterns to train the system. The process is carried out through three stages: i) Segmentation, ii) Smart recognition, and iii) Feature extraction; as a result, images of objects are obtained and trained in the designed neuronal network. Finally, Hopfield's network is used to establish the object type as soon as it receives one. The proposed methodology was evaluated in a real environment with a considerable number of detected images; the noisy images recognition uncertainty was 2.6%, an acceptable result considering variable light, shape and color. The results obtained from this experiment show a high recognition level, which represents 97.4%. Out of this procedure, we can assume that it is possible to train new patterns, and it is expected that the model will be able to recognize them. Potentially, the proposed methodology could be used in a vast range of applications, such as object identification in industrial environments, grasping objects using manipulators or robotic arms, tools for blind patients, among other applications.
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