Corpus ID: 236087922

Non-binary deep transfer learning for imageclassification

  title={Non-binary deep transfer learning for imageclassification},
  author={Jo Plested and Xuyang Shen and Tom Gedeon},
The current standard for a variety of computer vision tasks using smaller numbers of labelled training examples is to fine-tune from weights pre-trained on a large image classification dataset such as ImageNet. The application of transfer learning and transfer learning methods tends to be rigidly binary. A model is either pre-trained or not pre-trained. Pre-training a model either increases performance or decreases it, the latter being defined as negative transfer. Application of L2-SP… Expand


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