Understanding Convolution for Semantic Segmentation

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Authors Panqu Wang, Ye Yuan, Garrison Cottrell, Ding Liu, Xiaodi Hou, Pengfei Chen, Zehua Huang
Journal/Conference Name Proceedings - 2018 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, WACV 2018
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Paper Abstract Recent advances in deep learning, especially deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs), have led to significant improvement over previous semantic segmentation systems. Here we show how to improve pixel-wise semantic segmentation by manipulating convolution-related operations that are of both theoretical and practical value. First, we design dense upsampling convolution (DUC) to generate pixel-level prediction, which is able to capture and decode more detailed information that is generally missing in bilinear upsampling. Second, we propose a hybrid dilated convolution (HDC) framework in the encoding phase. This framework 1) effectively enlarges the receptive fields (RF) of the network to aggregate global information; 2) alleviates what we call the "gridding issue" caused by the standard dilated convolution operation. We evaluate our approaches thoroughly on the Cityscapes dataset, and achieve a state-of-art result of 80.1% mIOU in the test set at the time of submission. We also have achieved state-of-the-art overall on the KITTI road estimation benchmark and the PASCAL VOC2012 segmentation task. Our source code can be found at https//github.com/TuSimple/TuSimple-DUC .
Date of publication 2017
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