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|Language of final thesis:||English|
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|Title of the thesis:||Object recognition using convolutional neural networks|
|Summary:||Object detection is one of the main tasks in the computer vision field. Object detection has high potential and numerous applications in industry, augmented reality, security systems and robotics field. With the recent advent of machine learning and deep convolutional networks, the new methods for image segmentation and object detection became available. However, despite their huge success in computer vision, there are still many problems, the neural networks are suffering from, which makes them impractical and less usable.
This thesis is focused on analyzing existing methods in deep convolutional neural networks for object recognition in effort to combine these different methods to design and create custom prototype model, to possibly achieve better results with one of the common public datasets.|
|Key words:||Object recognition, convolutional neural networks, local feature descriptor|
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