In-TFK: a scalable traditional food knowledge platform, a new traditional food dataset, platform, and multiprocess inference service

Petrus Mursanto, Ari Wibisono, Puteri Khatya Fahira, Zulia Putri Rahmadhani, Hanif Arief Wisesa

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Abstract

Traditional Food Knowledge (TFK) is needed to define the acculturation of culture, society, and health in the context of food. TFK is essential for a human’s cultural, economic, and health aspects. Variations of ethnicity, culture, and lifestyle affect the diversity of traditional Indonesian food. Recognition of food is needed to maintain the sustainability of traditional food. Nowadays, there are many food dataset collections, but there needs to be a dataset that specifically collects standard food datasets. Our main contributions to the TFK research field are professional food image data acquisition, innovative development of an automatic, scalable food recognition system, and multi-process inference service. There are 34 variations of traditional foods from all regions in Indonesia that were acquired in this dataset. The dataset comprises 1644 high-quality images captured by professional cameras and 1020 by a smartphone. Several deep learning models are implemented in food recognition systems. This system can accommodate the addition and reduction of food variations in the knowledge recognition system and is capable of multiple concurrent requests at a time. The current prototype incorporates traditional types of food from Indonesia. However, the food model can also be expanded to other countries traditional foods. The automatic recognition systems are evaluated using several deep-learning network models. The experiment results have shown that the AUROC score is 0.99, and the request success rate can be improved by 70% with a multiprocess inference service.

Original languageEnglish
Article number47
JournalJournal of Big Data
Volume10
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2023

Keywords

  • Deep learning
  • Food dataset
  • Multiprocess inference service
  • Traditional food knowledge

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