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With the recent advances in convolutional neural networks, vast improvements have been made for image segmentation, mainly based on the skip-connection-linked encoder-decoder deep architectures. However, in many applications with adjacent targets in blurry images , these models often fail to accurately locate complex boundaries and properly segment tiny isolated parts. It not only improves the segmentation performance but also accelerates both training and testing of deep network Fig. Most of the progress in semantic image segmentation are done under supervised scheme.
However, researchers also dedicate to semi-supervised or non-supervised learning. Semantic image segmentation is a key application in image processing and computer vision domain.
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Besides briefly reviewing on traditional semantic image segmentation, this paper comprehensively lists recent progress in semantic image segmentation, especially based on DCNN, in the following aspects: 1. Multi-level feature and multi-stage method, 8. Till now, more and more methods are emerging to make semantic image segmentation more accurate or faster or both on accuracy and speed. We hope this review on recent progress of semantic image segmentation can make some help to researchers related to this area. Skip to main content Skip to sections. Advertisement Hide.
Download PDF. Recent progress in semantic image segmentation. Open Access. First Online: 27 June Unlike other datasets, ADE20K includes object segmentation mask and parts segmentation mask. Also, there are a few images with segmentation showing parts of the heads e. A group of images are shown in Fig. Open image in new window. It consists of 30 classes in fine annotated images that are collected from 50 cities.
Besides, the collection time spans over several months, which covers season of spring, summer, and fall. A fine-annotated image is shown in Fig. Where w is a weight vector and b is the bias factor. Solving SVM is an optimization problem described as Eq. The basic element of ANN is artificial neuron. Each single artificial neuron has some inputs which are weighted and summed up. Followed by a transfer function or activation function, the neuron outputs a scale value. An example of neural model is illustrated in Fig. The basic architecture is illustrated in Fig. The main architecture is shown in Fig.
Due to its computation efficiency and good recovery of the original image, the up-sample stage adopts bi-linear interpolation broadly. Deconvolution is the reverse calculation of convolution operation, which can also recover the input size.
Thus, it can be applied into segmentation to recover the feature map size to original input size. Most semantic segmentations are based on the adaptations of Convolutional Neural Networks CNNs that had originally been devised for image classification task. However, dense prediction, such as image semantic segmentation tasks, is structurally different from classification. There are two common kinds of image pyramids: Gaussian pyramid which is used to downsample images and Laplacian pyramid which is used to reconstruct an upsampled image from an image lower in the pyramid with less resolution.
This architecture captures the patch-background context.
At the end of each deep network, the resulting features are merged for pixel-wise classification. ASPP probes effective fields-of-views FOV and convolutional feature layer with filters at multiple sampling rates, and then captures objects image context at multiple scales. The architecture is shown in Fig. The pyramid pooling adopts different scales of pooling size, then does up-sample process on the outputs to the original size, and finally concatenates the results to form a mixed feature representation.
In Fig. Generally speaking, the pyramid pooling can be applied to any feature map. Typically speaking, recognition algorithms based on convolutional networks CNNs use the output of the last layer as a feature representation. However, the information in this layer is too coarse for dense prediction.
On the contrary, earlier layers may be precise in localization, but they will not capture semantics. To get the best of both advantages, they define the hypercolumns as the vector of activations of all CNN units above that pixel.