Fine-Grained Texture Identification for Reliable Product Traceability

04/23/2021
by   Junsong Wang, et al.
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Texture exists in lots of the products, such as wood, beef and compression tea. These abundant and stochastic texture patterns are significantly different between any two products. Unlike the traditional digital ID tracking, in this paper, we propose a novel approach for product traceability, which directly uses the natural texture of the product itself as the unique identifier. A texture identification based traceability system for Pu'er compression tea is developed to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed solution. With tea-brick images collected from manufactures and individual users, a large-scale dataset has been formed to evaluate the performance of tea-brick texture verification and searching algorithm. The texture similarity approach with local feature extraction and matching achieves the verification accuracy of 99.6

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