Quantifying Translation-Invariance in Convolutional Neural Networks

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Kauderer-Abrams, Eric;
(2017)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

A fundamental problem in object recognition is the development of image representations that are invariant to common transformations such as translation, rotation, and small deformations. There are multiple hypotheses regarding the source of translation invariance in CN... View more
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