Signal and Image Processing Letters

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ISSN / EISSN : 2714-6669 / 2714-6677
Published by: ASCEE Publications (10.31763)
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Areepen Sengsalong, Nuryono Satya Widodo
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 13-19; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i3.7

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The aim of this research is to make a robot arm moving objects based on color using 2 servo motors and 6 light photodiode sensors integrated with the Arduino Mega 2560 microcontroller. The light photodiode sensor is used to detect red, green and blue colors. This system is equipped with an LCD to display the output of the Arduino Mega 2560 which is a notice of the color detected. The process of moving objects based on color is simulated using 3 colored objects namely red, green, and blue. The robot arm gripper will move to pick and move objects based on color, when the light photodiode sensor detects a color input. Based on system testing, overall the robot arm is functioning properly, i.e. it shows that the robot arm is able to move objects automatically with large test results obtained by 0 °, 40 °, 60 °, 90 °, and 120 °. Whereas for sensor testing the value of red is 400, the value of green is 150, and the value of blue is 600.
Bakhan Tofiq Ahmed
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i3.11

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Nowadays, cancer has counted as a hazardous disease that many people suffered from especially Lung-Cancer. Cancer is the disease that cell has grown rapidly and abnormally that is why treating it is somehow tough in some cases but it can be controlled if it is detected in the initial stage. Image Processing Mechanisms have a vital role in predicting and recognizing both benign and malignant cells with the help of classifier mechanisms such as Decision-Tree (D-Tree), A-NN, Support-Vector-Machine, and Naïve-Bayes classifier which are widely utilized in the biomedical field. These classifiers are available to classify the usual and unusual cells. This study aims to review the most well-known Image Processing Mechanisms for Lung-Cancer Detection and Prediction. Brief information about the main steps of proposing an effective system by using Image Processing stages like Image Acquisition, Pre-processing of the image which includes noise elimination and enhancement, Segmentation, Extracting Feature, and Binarization had been demonstrated. In the literature, several researchers' work had been reviewed. A comparison had been done among various reviewed research papers that proposed various models for recognizing and estimating the Lung-Cancer nodule. The comparison based on the Image Processing Mechanisms, accuracy, and classifier used in each reviewed research paper.
Agus Wahyu Widodo, Deo Hernando, Wayan Firdaus Mahmudy
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 1-12; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i3.6

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Due to the problems with uncontrolled changes in mangrove forests, a forest function management and supervision is required. The form of mangrove forest management carried out in this study is to measure the area of mangrove forests by observing the forests using drones or crewless aircraft. Drones are used to take photos because they can capture vast mangrove forests with high resolution. The drone was flown over above the mangrove forest and took several photos. The method used in this study is extracting color features using mean values, standard deviations, and skewness in the HSV color space and texture feature extraction with Haralick features. The classification method used is the k-nearest neighbor method. This study conducted three tests, namely testing the accuracy of the system, testing the distance method used in the k-nearest neighbor classification method, and testing the k value. Based on the results of the three tests above, three conclusions obtained. The first conclusion is that the classification system produces an accuracy of 84%. The second conclusion is that the distance method used in the k-nearest neighbor classification method influences the accuracy of the system. The distance method that produces the highest accuracy is the Euclidean distance method with an accuracy of 84%. The third conclusion is that the k value used in the k-nearest neighbor classification method influences the accuracy of the system. The k-value that produces the highest accuracy is k = 3, with an accuracy of 84%.
Abu Sayeed Ahsanul Huque, Mainul Haque, Haidar A. Khan, Abdullah Al Helal, Khawza I. Ahmed
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i2.1

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This paper evaluates and compares the performance of K-Nearest Neighbors (KNN), Support Vector Machine (SVM) and Sparse Representation Classifier (SRC) for recognition of isolated Arabic handwritten characters. The proposed framework converts the gray-scale character image to a binary image through Otsu thresholding, and size-normalizes the binary image for feature extraction. Next, we exploit image down-sampling and the histogram of image gradients as features for image classification and apply fusion (combination) of these features to improve the recognition accuracy. The performance of the proposed system is evaluated on Isolated Farsi/Arabic Handwritten Character Database (IFHCDB) – a large dataset containing gray scale character images. Experimental results reveal that the histogram of gradient consistently outperforms down-sampling based features, and the fusion of these two feature sets achieves the best performance. Likewise, SRC and SVM both outperform KNN, with the latter performing the best among the three. Finally, we achieved a commanding accuracy of 93.71% in character recognition with fusion of features classified by SVM, where 92.06% and 91.10% is achieved by SRC and KNN respectively.
, Iswanto Iswanto, Aninditya Anggari Nuryono, Rio Ikhsan Alfian
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 11-22; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i2.2

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Most systems nowadays require high-sensitivity sensors to increase its system performances. However, high-sensitivity sensors, i.e. accelerometer and gyro, are very vulnerable to noise when reading data from environment. Noise on data-readings can be fatal since the real measured-data contribute to the performance of a controller, or the augmented system in general. The paper will discuss about designing the required equation and the parameter of modified Standard Kalman Filter for filtering or reducing the noise, disturbance and extremely varying of sensor data. The Kalman Filter equation will be theoretically analyzed and designed based on its component of equation. Also, some values of measurement and variance constants will be simulated in MATLAB and then the filtered result will be analyzed to obtain the best suitable parameter value. Then, the design will be implemented in real-time on Arduino to reduce the noise of IMU (Inertial Measurements Unit) sensor reading. Based on the simulation and real-time implementation result, the proposed Kalman filter equation is able to filter signal with noises especially if there is any extreme variation of data without any information available of noise frequency that may happen to sensor- reading. The recommended ratio of constants in Kalman Filter is 100 with measurement constant should be greater than process variance constant.
Achmad Fanany Onnilita Gaffar, Supriadi Supriadi, Arief Bramanto Wicaksono Saputra, Rheo Malani, Agusma Wajiansyah
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 36-45; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i2.4

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Image tampering is one part of the field of image editing or manipulation that changes certain parts of the graphic content of a given image. There are several techniques commonly used for image tampering, such as splicing, copy-move, retouching, etc. Splicing is a type of image tampering technique that combines two different images, replacing particular objects, skewing, rotation, etc. This study applies the splicing technique to image tampering using morphological operations. Morphology is a collection of image processing operations that process images based on their shape. The aim of this study is to replace particular objects in an original image with other objects that are similar to another selected image. In this study, we try to replace the ball object in the original image with another ball object from another image
Dwi Normawati, Dewi Pramudi Ismi
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 23-35; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i2.3

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Coronary heart disease is a disease that often causes human death, occurs when there is atherosclerosis blocking blood flow to the heart muscle in the coronary arteries. The doctor's referral method for diagnosing coronary heart disease is coronary angiography, but it is invasive, high risk and expensive. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of implementing the k-Fold Cross Validation (CV) dataset on the rule-based feature selection to diagnose coronary heart disease, using the Cleveland heart disease dataset. The research conducted a feature selection using a medical expert-based (MFS) and computer-based method, namely the Variable Precision Rough Set (VPRS), which is the development of the Rough Set theory. Evaluation of classification performance using the k-Fold method of 10-Fold, 5-Fold and 3-Fold. The results of the study are the number of attributes of the feature selection results are different in each Fold, both for the VPRS and MFS methods, for accuracy values obtained from the average accuracy resulting from 10-Fold, 5-Fold and 3-Fold. The result was the highest accuracy value in the VPRS method 76.34% with k = 5, while the MTF accuracy was 71.281% with k = 3. So, the k-fold implementation for this case is less effective, because the division of data is still structured, according to the order of records that apply in each fold, while the amount of testing data is too small and too structured. This affects the results of the accuracy because the testing rules are not thoroughly represented
, Ajie Kurnia Saputra Swara
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 46-62; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i2.5

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World Health Organization (WHO) has determined that Gaming disorder is included in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11). The behavior of playing digital games included in the Gaming disorder category is characterized by impaired control of the game, increasing the priority given to the game more than other activities insofar as the game takes precedence over other daily interests and activities, and the continuation or improvement of the game despite negative consequences. The influence of video games on children's development has always been a polemic because in adolescence not only adopts cognitive abilities in learning activities, but also various strategies related to managing activities in learning, playing and socializing to improve cognitive abilities. Therefore, this research was conducted to analyze the cognitive activity of late teens in learning and playing games based on brainwave signals and to find out the impact of games on cognitive activity in adolescents. Prediction of the effect of the game on cognitive activity will be done by applying Fast Fourier Transform for feature extraction and K-Nearest Neighbor for classification. The results of the expert assessment showed the percentage of respondents with superior cognitive category but game addiction was 63.3% and respondents with cognitive categorization were average but were addicted by 36.6%. The percentage of accuracy produced by the system shows 80% in games and cognitive by using k values of 1, 6, and 7. The correlation test results show a percentage of 0.089, so it is concluded that there is no influence of the game on cognitive activity in late adolescents.
, Fathia Irbati Ammatulloh
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 14-24; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i1.170

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The brain controls the center of human life. Through the brain, all activities of living can be done. One of them is cognitive activity. Brain performance is influenced by mental conditions, lifestyle, and age. Cognitive activity is an observation of mental action, so it includes psychological symptoms that involve memory in the brain's memory, information processing, and future planning. In this study, the concentration level was measured at the age of the adult-early phase (18-30 years) because in this phase, the brain thinks more abstractly and mental conditions influence it. The purpose of this study was to see the level of concentration in the adult-early phase with a stimulus in the form of cognitive activity using IQ tests with the type of Standard Progressive Matrices (SPM) tests. To find out the IQ test results require a long time, so in this study, a recording was done to get brain waves so that the results of the concentration level can be obtained quickly.EEG data was taken using an Electroencephalogram (EEG) by applying the SPM test as a stimulus. The acquisition takes three times for each respondent, with a total of 10 respondents. The method implemented in this study is a classification with the k-Nearest Neighbor (kNN) algorithm. Before using this method, preprocessing is done first by reducing the signal and filtering the beta signal (13-30 Hz).The results of the data taken will be extracted first to get the right features, feature extraction in this study using first-order statistical characteristics that aim to find out the typical information from the signals obtained. The results of this study are the classification of concentration levels in the categories of high, medium, and low. Finally, the results of this study show an accuracy rate of 70%.
Muhammad Noor Fatkhannudin, Adhi Prahara
Signal and Image Processing Letters, Volume 1, pp 32-40; https://doi.org/10.31763/simple.v1i1.147

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Computer vision technology has been widely used in many applications and devices that involves biometric recognition. One of them is gender classification which has notable challenges when dealing with unique facial characteristics of human races. Not to mention the challenges from various poses of face and the lighting conditions. To perform gender classification, we resize and convert the face image into grayscale then extract its features using Fisherface. The features are reduced into 100 components using Principal Component Analysis (PCA) then classified into male and female category using linear Support Vector Machine (SVM). The test that conducted on 1014 face images from various human races resulted in 86% of accuracy using standard k-NN classifier while our proposed method shows better result with 88% of accuracy.
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