This video is all about the most popular and widely used Segmentation Model called UNET. UNet is built for biomedical Image Segmentation. It is base model for any segmentation task. It follows a encoder decoder approach. It used skip connection to get the local information during down sampling path, and use it during upsampling path.
Semantic Segmentation laid down the fundamental path to advanced Computer Vision tasks such as object detection, shape recognition, autonomous driving, robotics, and virtual reality. Semantic segmentation can be defined as the process of pixel-level image classification into two or more Object classes. It differs from image classification entirely, as the latter performs image-level classification. For instance, consider an image that consists mainly of a zebra, surrounded by grass fields, a tree and a flying bird. Image classification tells us that the image belongs to the ‘zebra’ class. It can not tell where the zebra is or what its size or pose is. But, semantic segmentation of that image may tell that there is a zebra, grass field, a bird and a tree in the given image (classifies parts of an image into separate classes). And it tells us which pixels in the image belong to which class.
In this article, we discuss semantic segmentation using TensorFlow Keras. Readers are expected to have a fundamental knowledge of deep learning, image classification and transfer learning. Nevertheless, the following articles might fulfil these prerequisites with a quick and clear understanding:
Let’s dive deeper into hands-on learning.
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Keras and Tensorflow are two very popular deep learning frameworks. Deep Learning practitioners most widely use Keras and Tensorflow. Both of these frameworks have large community support. Both of these frameworks capture a major fraction of deep learning production.
Which framework is better for us then?
This blog will be focusing on Keras Vs Tensorflow. There are some differences between Keras and Tensorflow, which will help you choose between the two. We will provide you better insights on both these frameworks.
Keras is a high-level API built on the top of a backend engine. The backend engine may be either TensorFlow, theano, or CNTK. It provides the ease to build neural networks without worrying about the backend implementation of tensors and optimization methods.
Fast prototyping allows for more experiments. Using Keras developers can convert their algorithms into results in less time. It provides an abstraction overs lower level computations.
Tensorflow is a tool designed by Google for the deep learning developer community. The aim of TensorFlow was to make deep learning applications accessible to the people. It is an open-source library available on Github. It is one of the most famous libraries to experiment with deep learning. The popularity of TensorFlow is because of the ease of building and deployment of neural net models.
Major area of focus here is numerical computation. It was built keeping the processing computation power in mind. Therefore we can run TensorFlow applications on almost kind of computer.
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In this video, we are going to learn about the UNET architecture from the original paper. Next, we are going to use TensorFlow 2.0 (Keras) to build the UNET architecture from scratch.
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In this video, we are going to use the famous UNet architecture for segmenting person from an image. For the person segmentation, we are going to use the person segmentation dataset.
The U-Net is built for Biomedical Image Segmentation. It is the base model for any segmentation task. It follows an encoder-decoder approach. It used skip connection to get the local information during downsampling path and use it during the upsampling path.
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In this video, we are working on the multiclass segmentation using Unet architecture. For this task, we are going to use the Oxford IIIT Pet dataset.
The goal of semantic image segmentation is to label each pixel of an image with a corresponding class. It is also called Dense prediction.
U-Net is a fully convolutional neural network that was developed by Olaf Ronneberger. It was especially developed for the purpose of biomedical image segmentation.
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