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Author(s):  
Xiang Ren ◽  
Min Sun ◽  
Xianfeng Zhang ◽  
Lei Liu ◽  
Hang Zhou ◽  
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2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-14
Author(s):  
Lijing Liu

Intelligent robots are a key vehicle for artificial intelligence and are widely employed in all aspects of everyday life and work, not just in the industry. One of the talents required for intelligent robots to complete their jobs is the capacity to identify their environment, which is a crucial obstacle to be overcome. Deep learning-based target identification algorithms currently do not fully leverage the link between high-level semantic and low-level detail information in the prediction step and hence are less successful in recognizing tiny target objects. Target recognition via vision sensors has also improved in accuracy and efficiency because of the development of deep learning. However, due to the insufficient usage of semantic information and precise texture information of underlying characteristics, tiny target recognition remains a difficulty. To address the aforementioned issues, we propose a target detection method based on a jump-connected pyramid model to improve the target detection performance of robots in complex scenarios. In order to verify the effectiveness of the algorithm, we designed and implemented a software system for target detection of intelligent robots and performed software integration of the proposed algorithm model with excellent experimental results. These experiments reveal that, when compared to other algorithms, our suggested algorithm’s characteristics have higher flexibility and robustness and can deliver a higher scene classification accuracy rate.


2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-10
Author(s):  
Meiping Jiang ◽  
Sanlin Lei ◽  
Junhui Zhang ◽  
Liqiong Hou ◽  
Meixiang Zhang ◽  
...  

This study aimed to analyze the diagnostic value of multimodal images based on artificial intelligence target detection algorithms for early breast cancer, so as to provide help for clinical imaging examinations of breast cancer. This article combined residual block with inception block, constructed a new target detection algorithm to detect breast lumps, used deep convolutional neural network and ultrasound imaging in diagnosing benign and malignant breast lumps, took breast density grading with mammography, compared the convolutional neural network (CNN) algorithm with the proposed algorithm, and then applied the proposed algorithm to the diagnosis of 120 female patients with breast lumps. According to the results, accuracy rates of breast lump detection (94.76%), benign and malignant breast lumps diagnosis (98.22%), and breast grading (93.65%) with the algorithm applied in this study were significantly higher than those (75.67%, 87.23%, and 79.54%) with CNN algorithm, and the difference was statistically significant ( P  < 0.05); among 62 patients with malignant breast lumps of the 120 patients with breast lumps, 37 were patients with invasive ductal carcinoma, 8 with lobular carcinoma in situ, 16 with intraductal carcinoma, and 4 with mucinous carcinoma; among the remaining 58 patients with benign breast lumps, 28 were patients with fibrocystic breast disease, 17 with intraductal papilloma, 4 with breast hyperplasia, and 9 with adenopathy; the differences in shape, growth direction, edge, and internal echo of multimodal ultrasound imaging of patients with benign and malignant breast lumps had statistical significance ( P  < 0.05); the malignant constituent ratios of patients with breast density grades I to IV were 0%, 7.10%, 80.40%, and 100%, respectively. In short, the multimodal imaging diagnosis under the algorithm in this article was superior to CNN algorithm in all aspects; according to the judgment on benign and malignant breast lumps and breast density with multimodal imaging features, the higher the breast density, the higher the probability of breast cancer.


2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-12
Author(s):  
Dongmei Shi ◽  
Hongyu Tang

Deep learning theory is widely used in face recognition. Combined with the needs of classroom attendance and students’ learning status monitoring, this article analyzes the YOLO (You Only Look Once) face recognition algorithms based on regression method. Aiming at the problem of small target missing detection in the YOLOv3 network structure, an improved YOLOv3 algorithm based on Bayesian optimization is proposed. The algorithm uses deep separable convolution instead of conventional convolution to improve the Darknet-53 basic network, and it reduces the amount of calculation and parameters of the network. A multiscale feature pyramid is built, and an attention guidance module is designed to strengthen multiscale fusion, detecting different sizes of targets. The loss function is improved to solve the imbalance of positive and negative sample distribution and the imbalance between simple samples and difficult samples. The Bayesian function is adopted to optimize the classifier and improve the classification efficiency and accuracy, ensuring the accuracy of small target detection. Five groups of comparative experiments are carried out on public COCO and VOC2012 datasets and self-built datasets. The experimental results show that the proposed improved YOLOv3 model can effectively improve the detection accuracy of multiple faces and small targets. Compared with the traditional YOLOv3 model, the mean mAP of the target is improved by more than 1.2%.


Electronics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 156
Author(s):  
Wen Jiang ◽  
Yihui Ren ◽  
Ying Liu ◽  
Jiaxu Leng

Radar target detection (RTD) is a fundamental but important process of the radar system, which is designed to differentiate and measure targets from a complex background. Deep learning methods have gained great attention currently and have turned out to be feasible solutions in radar signal processing. Compared with the conventional RTD methods, deep learning-based methods can extract features automatically and yield more accurate results. Applying deep learning to RTD is considered as a novel concept. In this paper, we review the applications of deep learning in the field of RTD and summarize the possible limitations. This work is timely due to the increasing number of research works published in recent years. We hope that this survey will provide guidelines for future studies and applications of deep learning in RTD and related areas of radar signal processing.


2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-11
Author(s):  
Bin Zhao ◽  
WenYing Li ◽  
Qian Guo ◽  
RongRong Song

For the accuracy requirements of commodity image detection and classification, the FPN network is improved by DPFM ablation and RFM, so as to improve the detection accuracy of commodities by the network. At the same time, in view of the narrowing of channels in the application of traditional MWI-DenseNet network, a new GTNet network is proposed to improve the classification accuracy of commodities.The results show that at different levels of evaluation indexes, the dpFPN-Netv2 algorithm improved by DPFM + RFM fusion has higher target detection accuracy than RetinaNet-50 algorithm and other algorithms. And the detection time is 52 ms, which is significantly lower than 90 ms required for RetinaNet-50 detection. In terms of target recognition, compared with the traditional MWI-DenseNet neural network, the computation amount of the improved MWI DenseNet neural network is significantly reduced under different shunt ratios, and the recognition accuracy is significantly improved. The innovation of this study lies in improving the algorithm from the perspective of target detection and recognition, so as to change the previous improvement that only can be made in a single way.


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