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CycleMLP: A MLP-like Architecture for Dense Prediction

  title={CycleMLP: A MLP-like Architecture for Dense Prediction},
  author={Shoufa Chen and Enze Xie and Chongjian Ge and Ding Liang and Ping Luo},
This paper presents a simple MLP-like architecture, CycleMLP, which is a versatile backbone for visual recognition and dense predictions, unlike modern MLP architectures, e.g., MLP-Mixer [49], ResMLP [50], and gMLP [35], whose architectures are correlated to image size and thus are infeasible in object detection and segmentation. CycleMLP has two advantages compared to modern approaches. (1) It can cope with various image sizes. (2) It achieves linear computational complexity to image size by… 

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