Semantic Segmentation with Labeling Uncertainty and Class Imbalance

@article{Bressan2021SemanticSW,
  title={Semantic Segmentation with Labeling Uncertainty and Class Imbalance},
  author={Patrik Ol{\~a} Bressan and Jos{\'e} Marcato Junior and Jos{\'e} Augusto Correa Martins and Diogo Nunes Gonçalves and Daniel Matte Freitas and Lucas Prado Osco and Jonathan de Andrade Silva and Zhipeng Luo and Jonathan Li and Raymundo Cordero Garcia and Wesley Nunes Gonçalves},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2102.04566}
}

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