Once the challenge dataset was collected, its scale, ation of object recognition algorithms and in developing, for algorithms that are even able to distinguish classes. We expect that some sources of error may be relatively easily eliminated (e.g. ments in detection accuracy for current algorithms. Given a collection, of images where the object of interest has been veri-, fied to exist, for each image the system collects a tight. 200 hardest classes of ILSVRC2012-2014 single-object localization (dark green) 2012 Lazebnik, S., Schmid, C., and Ponce, J. It, is no longer feasible for a small group of annotators to, annotate the data as is done for other datasets (F. et al., 2004; Criminisi, 2004; Everingham et al., 2012; Xiao et al., 2010). For comparison, we can also attempt to quantify the effect of algorithmic innovation. Ordonez, V., Deng, J., Choi, Y., Berg, A. C., and Berg, T. L. (2013). single-object localization dataset to the PASCAL VOC 2012 object detection benchmark. mAP. The winning classification entry in 2011 was the 2010 runner-up team XRCE, applying high-dimensional image signatures (Perronnin et al., 2010) with compression using product quantization (Sanchez and Perronnin, 2011) and one-vs-all linear SVMs. To verify, we manually checked 1500 ILSVRC2012-2014 image classification test set images (the test set has remained unchanged in these three years). 25% of training images are annotated with bounding boxes the same way, yielding more than 310 thousand recognition. Appendix C, contains the complete list of object categories used in, ILSVRC2013-2014 (in the context of the hierarc, Staying mindful of the tradition of the P, VOC dataset we also tried to ensure that the set of, rate and consistent crowdsourced annotations. Constructing ImageNet was an effort to scale up, an image classification dataset to cover most nouns in, English using tens of millions of manually verified pho-, tographs (Deng et al., 2009). These datasets along with ILSVRC help benchmark progress in different areas of computer vision. monkey, Staffordshire bullterrier, stage, standard poodle, standard schnauzer. Second, we introduce a Multiple Instance Learning approach to For real-world size property for example, the resulting average object scale in each of the five bins is 31.6%−31.7% in the image classification and single-object localization tasks, and 12.9%−13.4% in the object detection task.111111For rigid versus deformable objects, the average scale in each bin is 34.1%−34.2% for classification and localization, and 13.5%−13.7% for detection. We propose a representation learning which have been used in all five ILSVRC challenges so far. segmentation (v4). abstract representations of objects). Figure 1 visualizes the diversity of the ILSVRC2012 object categories. Thus, we posit that GoogLeNet is not very robust to these distortions. Soon after the emergence of COVID-19, medical practitioners used X-ray and computed tomography (CT) images of patients' lungs to detect COVID-19. Several deep neural columns become experts on inputs preprocessed in different ways; their predictions are averaged. This would be an error of approximately 5, for smaller objects we loosen the threshold in ILSVRC, to allow for the annotation to extend up to 5 pixels on, In practice, this changes the threshold only on objects. 32.03 Many images for the detection task were collected differently than the images in ImageNet and the classification and single-object image area). The resulting annual competition is now known as the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge (ILSVRC). The synsets have remained consisten, 2012. Welinder, P., Branson, S., Belongie, S., and Perona, P. (2010). book, common iguana, common newt, computer keyboard, conch, confectionery. The ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge is a benchmark in object category classification and detection on hundreds of object categories and millions of images. standardized datasets for multi-category image classification, with 101 object classes and commonly 15-30 training images per class. categories appropriate for each task. Number of object classes annotated per image. into animal has implicitly assumed that labels can be First, we evaluated top-1 error. the smallest among all bounding boxes that contains all visible parts of the object. Note that the range of the y-axis is different, for each task to make the trends more visible. All figure content in this area was uploaded by Hao Su, All content in this area was uploaded by Hao Su on Jan 30, 2015, ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge, tion Challenge is a benchmark in object category classi-, fication and detection on hundreds of object categories, and millions of images. 224×224) input image. On this sample of 204 images, we approxi-, mate the error rate of an “optimistic” human annotator, errors to gain an understanding of common error types, only discuss results based on the larger sample of 1500, images that were labeled by annotator A1. Empowering visual categorization with the gpu. Of a total of 204 images that both A1 and A2 labeled, 174 (85%) were correctly labeled by both A1 and A2, 19 (9%) were correctly labeled by A1 but not A2, 6 (3%) were correctly labeled by A2 but not A1, and 5 (2%) were incorrectly labeled by both. in single-object localization error (from 42.5% to 25.3%) since the beginning of the challenge. The winner was the UvA team using a selective search approach to generate class-independent object hypothesis regions (van de Sande et al., 2011b), followed by dense sampling and vector quantization of several color SIFT features (van de Sande et al., 2010), pooling with spatial pyramid matching (Lazebnik et al., 2006), and classifying with a histogram intersection kernel SVM (Maji and Malik, 2009) trained on a GPU (van de Sande et al., 2011a). The 1000 synsets are selected such, “trimmed” version of the complete ImageNet hierarch, Figure 1 visualizes the diversity of the ILSVR, The exact 1000 synsets used for the image classifica-, egories were not too obscure. Here we provide a list of the 129 manually curated queries: afternoon tea, ant bridge building, armadillo race, armadillo yard, artist studio, auscultation, baby room, banjo orchestra, banjo rehersal, banjo show, califone headphones & media player sets, camel dessert, camel tourist, carpenter drilling, carpentry, centipede wild, coffee shop, continental breakfast toaster, continental breakfast waffles, crutch walking, desert scorpion, diner, dining room, dining table, dinner, dragonfly friendly, dragonfly kid, dragonfly pond, dragonfly wild, drying hair, dumbbell curl, fan blow wind, fast food, fast food restaurant, firewood chopping, flu shot, goldfish aquarium, goldfish tank, golf cart on golf course, gym dumbbell, hamster drinking water, harmonica orchestra, harmonica rehersal, harmonica show, harp ensemble, harp orchestra, harp rehersal, harp show, hedgehog cute, hedgehog floor, hedgehog hidden, hippo bird, hippo friendly, home improvement diy drill, horseback riding, hotel coffee machine, hotel coffee maker, hotel waffle maker, jellyfish scuba, jellyfish snorkling, kitchen, kitchen counter coffee maker, kitchen counter toaster, kitchenette, koala feed, koala tree, ladybug flower, ladybug yard, laundromat, lion zebra friendly, lunch, mailman, making breakfast, making waffles, mexican food, motorcycle racing, office, office fan, opossum on tree branch, orchestra, panda play, panda tree, pizzeria, pomegranate tree, porcupine climbing trees, power drill carpenter, purse shop, red panda tree, riding competition, riding motor scooters, school supplies, scuba starfish, sea lion beach, sea otter, sea urchin habitat, shopping for school supplies, sitting in front of a fan, skunk and cat, skunk park, skunk wild, skunk yard, snail flower, snorkling starfish, snowplow cleanup, snowplow pile, snowplow winter, soccer game, south american zoo, starfish sea world, starts shopping, steamed artichoke, stethoscope doctor, strainer pasta, strainer tea, syringe doctor, table with food, tape player, tiger circus, tiger pet, using a can opener, using power drill, waffle iron breakfast, wild lion savana, wildlife preserve animals, wiping dishes, wombat petting zoo, zebra savana, zoo feeding, zoo in australia. Therefore, on this dataset only one object cate-, gory is labeled in each image. brass instruments (trumpet, trombone, french horn and brass), flute and oboe, ladle and spatula. ing generative visual models from few examples: an. This measure correlates strongly (ρ=0.9) with the average scale of the object (fraction of image occupied by object). 53.65 The image background make these XL classes easier for the image-level classifier, but the individual instances are difficult to accurately localize. On the test data, we achieved top-1 and top-5 error rates of 37.5% and 17.0% which is considerably better than the previous state-of-the-art. In addition, in ILSVRC2011 The improvement over the years is clearly visible. and are well-suited for benchmarking object detection performance. database (version 2.0). CASIAWS† Alfadda, A. Iandola, F. N., Moskewicz, M. W., Karayev, S., Girshick, R. B., Darrell, T., The training set is ad-, ditionally supplemented with (a) data from the single-, all instances of just one object category, and (b) nega-, indicating the position and scale of all instances of all, target object categories. For each of the remaining candidate images in this synset, we proceed with the AMT user labeling until a pre-determined confidence score threshold is reached. and Keutzer, K. (2014). However, in order for evaluation to be accurate every instance of banana or apple needs to be annotated, and that may be impossible. First, the tasks are made as simple as possible. more diffiult ← Despite instructions not to draw more than one bounding box around the same object instance convolutional neural networks dominating at all three tasks of image classification, single-object localization, and object detection. Rich feature hierarchies for accurate object detection and semantic (Everingham et al., 2010) The error of an algorithm is computed as in Eq. ILSVRC2013 competition, compared to 21 in the pre-, deep learning-based method in 2012, the vast majority, works in their submission. The second place in single-object lo, tem including dense SIFT features and color statis-, and Perronnin, 2011), and a linear SVM classifier, plus. For this analysis we use a random sample of 1500 ILSVRC2012-2014 image classification test set images. to locate them all, not just the one it finds easiest. Images in green (bold) boxes have all instances of all 200 detection object classes fully annotated. For exam-, that object. In Figure 14(second row) it is clear that the “optimistic” model performs statistically significantly worse on rigid objects than on deformable objects. Once all images are labeled with the presence or absence of all object categories we use the bounding box ∘ (140) ray: a marine animal with a horizontally flattened body and enlarged winglike pectoral fins with gills on the underside, ∘ (141) goldfish: small golden or orange-red fishes, ∘ living organism that slides on land: worm, snail, snake, ∘ (143) snake: please do not confuse with lizard (snakes do not have legs), ∙ vehicle: any object used to move people or objects from place to place, ∘ (145) snowplow: a vehicle used to push snow from roads, ∘ (147) car, automobile (not a golf cart or a bus), ∘ (148) bus: a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport, ∘ (150) cart: a heavy open wagon usually having two wheels and drawn by an animal, ∘ (151) bicycle, bike: a two wheeled vehicle moved by foot pedals, ∘ a vehicle without wheels (snowmobile, sleighs), ∘ (153) snowmobile: tracked vehicle for travel on snow, ∘ (154) watercraft (such as ship or boat): a craft designed for water transportation, ∘ (155) airplane: an aircraft powered by propellers or jets, ∙ cosmetics: toiletry designed to beautify the body, ∘ (157) perfume, essence (usually comes in a smaller bottle than hair spray, ∙ carpentry items: items used in carpentry, including nails, hammers, axes, screwdrivers, drills, chain saws, etc, ∘ (162) nail: pin-shaped with a head on one end and a point on the other, ∘ (163) axe: a sharp tool often used to cut trees/ logs, ∘ (164) hammer: a blunt hand tool used to drive nails in or break things apart (please do not confuse with axe, which is sharp), ∘ (166) power drill: a power tool for drilling holes into hard materials, ∙ school supplies: rulers, erasers, pencil sharpeners, pencil boxes, binders, ∘ (167) ruler,rule: measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths, ∘ (168) rubber eraser, rubber, pencil eraser, ∙ sports items: items used to play sports or in the gym (such as skis, raquets, gymnastics bars, bows, punching bags, balls), ∘ (172) bow: weapon for shooting arrows, composed of a curved piece of resilient wood with a taut cord to propel the arrow, ∘ (173) puck, hockey puck: vulcanized rubber disk 3 inches in diameter that is used instead of a ball in ice hockey, ∘ gymnastic equipment: parallel bars, high beam, etc, ∘ (176) balance beam: a horizontal bar used for gymnastics which is raised from the floor and wide enough to walk on, ∘ (177) horizontal bar, high bar: used for gymnastics; gymnasts grip it with their hands (please do not confuse with balance beam, which is wide enough to walk on), ∘ (187) punching bag, punch bag, punching ball, punchball, ∘ (188) dumbbell: An exercising weight; two spheres connected by a short bar that serves as a handle. Dataset collection and annotation, are described at length in Section 3. Evaluation of the accuracy of the large-scale crowdsourced image annotation system was done on the entire ImageNet (Deng et al., 2009). The solution to these issues is to have multiple users independently label the same image. Concretely, each image i has a single class label Ci. by the “optimistic” models across the object categories. recognition. A set of test images is also released, with the manual annotations withheld.222 In 2010, the test annotations were later released publicly; Experimental results on three benchmark datasets show that our approach outperforms existing methods on standard quality metrics and achieves a state of the art performances on image colourisation. fraction of the image as PASCAL objects: 24.1%. Second, each task has a fixed and predictable amount of work. Figure 13(fourth row) demonstrates that the, object increases. fox), medium (e.g. The RCNN model achieved 31.4% mAP with ILSVRC2013 detection plus image classification data (Girshick et al., 2013) and 34.5% mAP with ILSVRC2014 detection plus image classification data (Berkeley team in Table LABEL:table:sub14). Section 4 discusses, the evaluation criteria of algorithms in the large-scale, recognition setting. A subset of 200 images are ran-, some bounding boxes are missing. 6.40 - 6.92 The growth of unlabeled or only partially labeled large-scale datasets implies two things. This is comparable to 1, As described in (Hoiem et al., 2012), smaller ob-, jects tend to be significantly more difficult to local-, while ILSVRC has 1000. living organism with 2 or 4 legs (please don’t include humans): mammals (but please do not include humans), feline (cat-like) animal: cat, tiger or lion, canine (dog-like animal): dog, hyena, fox or w, (104) dog, domestic dog, canis familiaris, (105) fox: wild carnivorous mammal with pointed muzzle and ears, animals with hooves: camels, elephants, hippos, pigs, sheep, etc, (110) sheep: woolly animal, males have large spiraling horns (please, (111) cattle: cows or oxen (domestic bovine animals), (114) antelope: a graceful animal with long legs and horns directed, (116) hamster: short-tailed burrowing rodent with large cheek pouches, (121) skunk (mammal known for its ability fo spray a liquid with a, (123) giant panda: an animal characterized by its distinct black and, (124) red panda: Reddish-brown Old World raccoon-like carniv, (126) lizard: please do not confuse with snake (lizards have legs). Some examples of discarded images are shown in Figure 8. (2003). different geographical locations in the world for image retrieval that stresses The most significant difference is be-, tween the performance on untextured objects and the, lation for object detection. Fisher kernels on visual vocabularies for image categorization. which has been shown to preserve coarse spatial information and is semantically Thus even though on average the object instances tend to be bigger in ILSVRC images, (2005-2012). Ahonen, T., Hadid, A., and Pietikinen, M. (2006). The hardest classes include metallic man-made objects such as “letter opener” and “ladle”, plus thin structures such as “pole” and “spacebar” and highly varied classes such as “wing”. Additionally, several influential lines of research have emerged, such as large-scale weakly supervised localization work of (Kuettel et al., 2012) object. Finally, the large variety of object classes in ILSVRC allows us to perform an analysis of statistical properties of objects and their impact on recognition algorithms. 34.19 test images nor annotations are released – participants submit software and organizers run it on new data and assess performance. This creates ambiguity in, a “strawberry” but contain both a strawberry and an, apple. significantly from 2013 to 2014 (Section 3.3). missing object instances, for duplicate detections of one instance, and for false positive detections. 2013 this implies a no for all categories in the group. As massively parallel computations have become broadly available with modern GPUs, deep architectures trained on very large datasets have risen in popularity. First, algorithms, of the test images or objects did the algorithm get right), the algorithm manage to find), both of which require, a fully annotated test set, we will be focusing more on, object recognition datasets and algorithms, and are grate-, ful that ILSVRC served as a stepping stone on this, Chapel Hill, Google and Facebook for sponsoring the chal-, lenges, and NVIDIA for providing computational resources, the years: Lubomir Bourdev, Alexei Efros, Derek Hoiem, Ji-, tendra Malik, Chuck Rosenberg and Andrew Zisserman. The sec-, ond annotator (A2) trained on 100 images and then, annotated 258 test images. 14.80 2014 learning. Visualizing and understanding convolutional networks. ILSVRC scales up PASCAL VOC’s goal of standardized training and evaluation of recognition algorithms by more than an order of magnitude in number All models are evaluated on the same ILSVRC2013-2014 object detection test set. To see really which one is how much better than the other one and this here is a representative challenge, the representative competition that is held annually. When pointed out as an ILSVRC class, it is usually clear that the label applies to the image. Thus, annotator A1 achieves a performance superior to GoogLeNet, by approximately 1.7%. Having more than a million images makes it infeasible to annotate the locations of all objects (much less with object segmentations, human body parts, and other detailed annotations that subsets of PASCAL VOC contain). Thus for On the other hand, a large majority of human errors come from fine-grained categories and class unawareness. (2014). please do not confuse with guitar, (13) cello: a large stringed instrument; seated player holds it upright while playing, (14) violin: bowed stringed instrument that has four strings, a hollow body, an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow. It has, the most part is not completely labeled and the ob-, ject names are not standardized: annotators are free to, choose which objects to label and what to name each, object. We aim to propose an algorithm to inpaint a textured image accurately using a single image. Further, it con, ject segmentation annotations which are not curren, der et al., 2010; Sheng et al., 2008; Vittayak, related line of work is to obtain annotations through. Given the results of all the bootstrapping rounds we discard the lower and the upper Here we attempt to understand the relative effects of the training set size increase versus algorithmic improvements. MOPs are ranked by a Moving Objectness Detector (MOD) For example, assuming that the input images are clean (object presence is correctly verified) and the coverage verification tasks give correct results, the amount of work of the drawing task is always that of providing exactly one bounding box. To adapt these procedures to the large-scale setting we had to address three key challenges. The bounding box annotation system described in Section 3.2.1 is used for GoogLeNet Despite the weaker detection model, SuperVision handily won the object localization task. For example, instead of asking the worker to draw all bounding boxes on the same image, we ask the worker to draw only one. Finally, the filtered 2D MOPs are extended into temporally coherent α fraction. Crowdsourcing annotations for visual object detection. Just like al-, most all teams participating in this track, GoogLeNet, used the image classification dataset as extra training. with all target object classes was still a budget challenge. The most challenging class “spacebar” has a only 23.0% localization accuracy. The first challenge is selecting, the set of common objects which tend to appear in clut-, tered photographs and are well-suited for benchmarking, ied set of scene images than those used for the image, tion 3.3.2 describes the procedure for utilizing as much, sible and supplementing it with Flickr images queried, using hundreds of manually designed high-lev, The third, and biggest, challenge is completely an-, notating this dataset with all the objects. The winner of object detection task was UvA team, which utilized a new way of efficient encoding (van de Sande et al., 2014) densely sampled color descriptors (van de Sande et al., 2010) pooled using a multi-level spatial pyramid in a selective search framework (Uijlings et al., 2013). Esp: Labeling images with a computer game. (2012). used for ILSVRC classification task. The error of a prediction j is: Here d(bij,Bik) is the error of localization, defined as 0 if the area of intersection of boxes bij and Bik divided by the areas of their union is greater than 0.5, and 1 otherwise. Inspired by the recent work of Hoiem et al. He, K., Zhang, X., Ren, S., , and Su, J. the smallest among all bounding boxes that contain, the object. New evaluation criteria have to be defined to take into account the facts that obtaining perfect manual annotations in this setting may be infeasible. The 1000 categories used for the image classification task were selected from the ImageNet (Deng et al., 2009) categories. well-designed games, e.g. Perronnin, F., Akata, Z., Harchaoui, Z., and Schmid, C. (2012). : of the predictions that the algorithm made. pus, plow, plunger, Polaroid camera, pole, polecat, police van, pomegranate, Pomeranian, poncho, pool table, pop bottle, porcupine, p, monkey, projectile, projector, promontory, ptarmigan, puc. 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