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EdgeSegNet: A Compact Network for Semantic Segmentation

@article{Lin2019EdgeSegNetAC,
  title={EdgeSegNet: A Compact Network for Semantic Segmentation},
  author={Z. Lin and Brendan Chwyl and A. Wong},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1905.04222}
}
In this study, we introduce EdgeSegNet, a compact deep convolutional neural network for the task of semantic segmentation. A human-machine collaborative design strategy is leveraged to create EdgeSegNet, where principled network design prototyping is coupled with machine-driven design exploration to create networks with customized module-level macroarchitecture and microarchitecture designs tailored for the task. Experimental results showed that EdgeSegNet can achieve semantic segmentation… Expand
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