In this article a comparative analysis is made to determine the influence of vectors of selected features derived from geometric, optical and dielectric characteristics of eggs on the accuracy of classification, depending on their weight. Suitable for classification are the principal components and latent variables that reduce feature vectors containing shape indices (D, A, V), spectral indices (TVI, GLI), dielectric characteristics (C, k), selected by four methods (CORR, SFCPP, RELIEFF, FSRNCA). By comparative studies it is found that the use of classification methods (DT, DA, SVM) are more effective in predicting weight of hen eggs than in quail eggs. The proposed egg analysis methods take precedence over the known solutions in this field as it takes into account changes in the internal properties of quail and hen eggs when stored.

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