The combination of color-texture features and machine learning for detecting Dayak beads
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Dayak is one of the tribes in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, which has a lot of cultural wealth. Beads craft is one of the Dayak traditional cultures made using various materials with distinctive motifs. The Dayak beads have many different motifs and color combinations. Hence not everyone can distinguish between the bead motif of Dayak and non-Dayak easily. This study aims to develop a bead detection method to differentiate between the bead types of Dayak and non-Dayak. The main processes required include preprocessing, feature extraction, and classification. The features were extracted based on color and texture. Experiments were carried out using several machine learning approaches. The highest results were achieved using the combination of color and texture features with the implementation of K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN) methods as indicated by the parameters precision, recall, and accuracy achieved of 92%, 92%, and 92.2% using Cross-Validation with a K-Fold value of 10.
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