Solar Event Tracking with Deep Regression Networks: A Proof of Concept Evaluation

@article{Sarker2019SolarET,
  title={Solar Event Tracking with Deep Regression Networks: A Proof of Concept Evaluation},
  author={Toqi Tahamid Sarker and J. Banda},
  journal={2019 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data)},
  year={2019},
  pages={4942-4949}
}
With the advent of deep learning for computer vision tasks, the need for accurately labeled data in large volumes is vital for any application. The increasingly available large amounts of solar image data generated by the Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO) mission make this domain particularly interesting for the development and testing of deep learning systems. The currently available labeled solar data is generated by the SDO mission’s Feature Finding Team’s (FFT) specialized detection modules… Expand

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