Janis Arents, Bernd Lesser, Andis Bizuns, Roberts Kadikis, Elvijs Buls, Modris Greitans. 2022. Synthetic Data of Randomly Piled, Similar Objects for Deep Learning-Based Object Detection. ICIAP 2022, 13232(), https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-06430-2_59

Bibtex citāts:
@proceedings{12132_2022,
author = {Janis Arents and Bernd Lesser and Andis Bizuns and Roberts Kadikis and Elvijs Buls and Modris Greitans},
title = {Synthetic Data of Randomly Piled, Similar Objects for Deep Learning-Based Object Detection},
journal = {ICIAP 2022},
volume = {13232},
url = {https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-06430-2_59},
year = {2022}
}

Anotācija: Currently, the best object detection results are achieved by supervised deep learning methods, however, these methods depend on annotated training data. With the synthetic data generation approach, we intend to mimic the real data characteristics and diversify the dataset by a systematic rendering of highly realistic synthetic pictures. We systematically explore how different combinations and portions of real and synthetic datasets affect object detectors performance. The developed synthetic data generation framework shows promising results in deep learning-based object detection tasks and can supplement real data when the variety of real training data is insufficient. However, when synthetic data ratio increases over real data ratio, a decrease in average precision can be observed, which has the most affect on 0.75-0.95 IoU threshold range.

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