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Holographic imaging boosts machine learning for accurate micro-plastics recognition in seawater sample

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Abstract

An effective strategy, that combines Digital Holography with machine learning, for achieving accurate and automatic identification of microplastics in filtered water sample, is proposed, reaching over 99% in classification performance among microplastics and diatoms.

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