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Detecting Waterborne Debris with Sim2Real and Randomization

@inproceedings{Fu2019DetectingWD,
  title={Detecting Waterborne Debris with Sim2Real and Randomization},
  author={Jie Fu and Ritchie Ng and Mirgahney Mohamed and Yi Tay and Kris Sankaran and Shangbang Long and A. Canziani and Christopher Joseph Pal and Moustapha Ciss{\'e}},
  year={2019}
}
From palpable marine debris to microplastics, marine debris pollution has been a perennial problem. In recent years, there is an emergence of largescale clean-up efforts making its way around the world. Complimentary to large-scale clean-up efforts, there is a nascent area in the use of unmanned and remote vehicles for detecting and removing debris. In this project, our focus is on marine debris detection where we propose to train a waterborne debris detector based on a mixture of real and… 

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