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 +===Comparison Of Different Methods For Counting Fish===
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 +== Unnar Freyr Erlendsson ==
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 +When fish are being sold from onshore fish farms to offshore fish farms they need to be counted as the seller will want to get maximum value for their fish and the buyer doesn't want to pay for more than he is getting. There are of course other variables one must consider such as how well each method treats the fish and how quickly they can pump the fish from the fish farm onto a buyers ship. Some methods already exist such as de-water counters where the fish needs to be de-watered before being sent through it but it can be slow and de-watering the fish could be harmful for them. We look at other methods such as full water counters where the fish are sent through a counter without de-watering them first and also RFID chipping fish so one only needs to count the number of RFID's that pass through instead of relying on image recognition and machine learning algorithms. The methods were compared using accuracy of the count, how harmful it is for the fish and the speed of the transaction between the buyer and seller, using this we found that RFID chipping is far superior to other methods as it achieves near 100% accuracy while not being too invasive for the fish and having the fastest transaction time.
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