Sparse 3D convolutional neural networks

12 May 2015  ·  Ben Graham ·

We have implemented a convolutional neural network designed for processing sparse three-dimensional input data. The world we live in is three dimensional so there are a large number of potential applications including 3D object recognition and analysis of space-time objects. In the quest for efficiency, we experiment with CNNs on the 2D triangular-lattice and 3D tetrahedral-lattice.

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