Deep Learning for Real-Time Vehicle Detection through Deep Recurrent Neural Networks


Deep Learning for Real-Time Vehicle Detection through Deep Recurrent Neural Networks – In this paper, we present a novel deep learning approach to image segmentation for the purpose of detecting the objects on an individual basis. An object instance is represented by a set of image frames in a convolutional network. The convolutional network is trained by learning the corresponding object labels and object labels are extracted from the inputs. Since object instance recognition is the process of modeling the object instance in a hierarchical hierarchy in a hierarchical fashion, object label extraction is performed on the inputs, resulting in the appearance of the object to be recognized. The network architecture is developed using deep convolutional neural networks to generate a feature vector for each image frame, which is used as the model to detect objects to be recognized. Experiments on two large datasets, namely the MCTV101 dataset and the EJB dataset demonstrated that convolutional neural networks outperform state-of-the-art methods.

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Deep Learning for Real-Time Vehicle Detection through Deep Recurrent Neural Networks

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