Who supervises the supervisor? Model monitoring in production using deep feature embeddings with applications to workpiece inspection

@article{Banf2022WhoST,
  title={Who supervises the supervisor? Model monitoring in production using deep feature embeddings with applications to workpiece inspection},
  author={Michael Banf and Gregor Steinhagen},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2201.06599}
}
– The automation of condition monitoring and workpiece inspection plays an essential role in maintaining high quality as well as high throughput of the manufacturing process. To this end, the recent rise of developments in machine learning has lead to vast improvements in the area of autonomous process supervision. However, the more complex and powerful these models become, the less transparent and explainable they generally are as well. One of the main challenges is the monitoring of live… 

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