Nudibranch Suborders Classification based on Densely Connected Convolutional Networks

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Timothy Christyan Safitri Yuliana Utama Bagus Tri Yulianto Darmawan Faisal Dharma Adhinata

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Nudibranchs, often called sea slugs, are a group of soft-bodied marine gastropod mollusks that shed their shells after their larval stage. With their body structure that is very similar between one suborder and another, sometimes it is hard to tell apart the suborder of a nudibranch. In this work, we make an Image Classification model for determining the suborder of a nudibranch using deep learning algorithms DenseNet and EfficientNet. The experiment is conducted using Google Colaboratory environment. For DenseNet, we use 121, 169, and 201 layers; meanwhile, we only use the baseline algorithm for EfficientNet. The dataset for research is randomly taken from marine fauna forums on the internet. DenseNet with 201 layers shows a better generalization than other classifiers (accuracy of DenseNet 121, 169, 201, and baseline EfficientNet, respectively 53%, 41%, 73%, and 47%). The research produces a decent system for classifying the suborder of the Nudibranch. Usage of image recognition or background blurring systems in future research can improve the system's accuracy.

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Christyan, T., Utama, S. Y., Darmawan, B. T. Y., & Adhinata, F. D. (2024, March 31). Nudibranch Suborders Classification based on Densely Connected Convolutional Networks. JITCE (Journal of Information Technology and Computer Engineering), 8(1). Retrieved from http://jitce.fti.unand.ac.id/index.php/JITCE/article/view/201
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