Multiscale imaging of plants: Current approaches and challenges

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© 2015 Rousseau et al.We review a set of recent multiscale imaging techniques, producing high-resolution images of interest for plant sciences. These techniques are promising because they match the multiscale structure of plants. However, the use of such high-resolution images is challenging in the perspective of their application to high-throughput phenotyping on large populations of plants, because of the memory cost for their data storage and the computational cost for their processing to extract information. We discuss how this renews the interest for multiscale image processing tools such as wavelets, fractals and recent variants to analyse such high-resolution images.




Rousseau, D., Chéné, Y., Belin, E., Semaan, G., Trigui, G., Boudehri, K., … Chapeau-Blondeau, F. (2015, February 10). Multiscale imaging of plants: Current approaches and challenges. Plant Methods. BioMed Central Ltd.

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