Convolutional Neural Networks on Randomized Data

25 Jul 2019Cristian Ivan

Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) are build specifically for computer vision tasks for which it is known that the input data is a hierarchical structure based on locally correlated elements. The question that naturally arises is what happens with the performance of CNNs if one of the basic properties of the data is removed, e.g. what happens if the image pixels are randomly permuted?.. (read more)

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