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Title: Multimedia inorganic waste separator
Author: Omar, L.-G.
Oscar, R.-A.
Andres, T.-G.
Francisco, S.-G.
Issue Date: 2013
Abstract: Nowadays, trash has become a problem in society and to the ecosystem by the way it is gotten rid of. Most of the garbage gets buried or burned and even thrown away in places where it doesn't belong. With high proportions of garbage that are thrown away, and the methods used to store them, causes air, water, and soil pollution. Fortunately, people can count on other methods to reduce the quantity of litter it is produced. Recycling is an answer by re-using the materials. There are also different containers available in some places for individual kinds of waste by easing their classification. The aim of this paper is to present an intelligent waste separator (TrashCan) that will replace the recycle bins; this will income waste and place it into different containers by using a multimedia embedded processor, image processing, and pattern recognition in order to make the selection of garbage. © 2013 IEEE.
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