Compact Convolutional Neural Networks for Semantic Segmentation in Unstructured Scopus Volumes

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Deep neural networks, along with deep recurrent neural networks (RNNs), have proven extremely successful in the task of object detection, from recognizing objects and images to finding the underlying causes of objects’ behavior. In this work, we develop a novel framework for supervised object detection by using latent variable models (LVIMs) that can be learned from noisy training data. Specifically, we propose a model that can jointly learn and predict objects’ attributes when training in the presence of occluded background, and also when learning from noisy data generated by a camera. Furthermore, we design the LVIMs to incorporate features from the input, including object detection (e.g., object detection by depth) and object object detection (e.g., object detection by pose). Unlike previous works on LVIMs, our framework is applicable within RNNs. Moreover, we also develop a novel algorithm for learning LVIMs trained using latent feature vectors. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our framework in the tasks of object detection (LID detection and object detection), object detection by pose, and object detection by color-coded object detection.

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