EffNet: An Efficient Structure for Convolutional Neural Networks

19 Jan 2018  ·  Ido Freeman, Lutz Roese-Koerner, Anton Kummert ·

With the ever increasing application of Convolutional Neural Networks to customer products the need emerges for models to efficiently run on embedded, mobile hardware. Slimmer models have therefore become a hot research topic with various approaches which vary from binary networks to revised convolution layers... We offer our contribution to the latter and propose a novel convolution block which significantly reduces the computational burden while surpassing the current state-of-the-art. Our model, dubbed EffNet, is optimised for models which are slim to begin with and is created to tackle issues in existing models such as MobileNet and ShuffleNet. read more

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