Faculty Advisor or Committee Member
Xinming Huang, Advisor
Over last several decades, computer vision researchers have been devoted to find good feature to solve different tasks, object recognition, object detection, object segmentation, activity recognition and so forth. Ideal features transform raw pixel intensity values to a representation in which these computer vision problems are easier to solve. Recently, deep feature from covolutional neural network(CNN) have attracted many researchers to solve many problems in computer vision. In the supervised setting, these hierarchies are trained to solve specific problems by minimizing an objective function for different tasks. More recently, the feature learned from large scale image dataset have been proved to be very effective and generic for many computer vision task. The feature learned from recognition task can be used in the object detection task. This work aims to uncover the principles that lead to these generic feature representations in the transfer learning, which does not need to train the dataset again but transfer the rich feature from CNN learned from ImageNet dataset. This work aims to uncover the principles that lead to these generic feature representations in the transfer learning, which does not need to train the dataset again but transfer the rich feature from CNN learned from ImageNet dataset. We begin by summarize some related prior works, particularly the paper in object recognition, object detection and segmentation. We introduce the deep feature to computer vision task in intelligent transportation system. First, we apply deep feature in object detection task, especially in vehicle detection task. Second, to make fully use of objectness proposals, we apply proposal generator on road marking detection and recognition task. Third, to fully understand the transportation situation, we introduce the deep feature into scene understanding in road. We experiment each task for different public datasets, and prove our framework is robust.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Electrical & Computer Engineering
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Chen, Tairui, "Going Deeper with Convolutional Neural Network for Intelligent Transportation" (2016). Masters Theses (All Theses, All Years). 144.
deep learning, cnn