Enhancing the Paddy Disease Classification by Using Cross-Validation Strategy for Artificial Neural Network over Baseline Classifiers
Journal of Sensors
Pathogens, including viruses, bacteria, and fungus, are the biotic agents that cause illnesses in crops and are the major cause of yield losses of up to 16 percent in certain parts of the globe. Pathogens are the primary cause of yield losses in some parts of the world. Deep learning algorithms, which are at the cutting edge of technology, are now being used to identify crop disease at an earlier stage. Supervised learning (support vector machine and K-nearest neighbor), ensemble learning (random forest and AdaBoost), and deep learning approaches were used in this study to suggest a classification of paddy leaf diseases, including bacteria leaf blight, blast, hispa, leaf spot, and leaf folder (neural networks). In order to evaluate the performance of the learning approaches, accuracy, recall, precision, F1 score, and area under the receiver operating characteristic curve were used to evaluate the performance of the interpretation (ROC and AUC). According to the results of the investigation, when the fold value grows, the value of the evaluation metrics (AUC, CA, F1, precision, and recall) increases in a progressive manner, i.e., the 0.001 value increases as compared to the values obtained with the previous folds. When comparing the neural network to the baseline classifiers, the assessment metrics demonstrate that the neural network performs much better.
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