Traffic sign recognition is the task of recognising traffic signs in an image or video.
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Traditional methods of computer vision and machine learning cannot match human performance on tasks such as the recognition of handwritten digits or traffic signs.
Ranked #2 on Traffic Sign Recognition on GTSRB
The root cause of this issue is that no public dataset contains both traffic light and sign labels, which leads to difficulties in developing a joint detection framework.
Ranked #1 on Traffic Sign Recognition on Tsinghua-Tencent 100K
Convolutional neural networks are the most widely used deep learning algorithms for traffic signal classification till date but they fail to capture pose, view, orientation of the images because of the intrinsic inability of max pooling layer. This paper proposes a novel method for Traffic sign detection using deep learning architecture called capsule networks that achieves outstanding performance on the German traffic sign dataset. Capsule network consists of capsules which are a group of neurons representing the instantiating parameters of an object like the pose and orientation by using the dynamic routing and route by agreement algorithms. unlike the previous approaches of manual feature extraction, multiple deep neural networks with many parameters, our method eliminates the manual effort and provides resistance to the spatial variances. CNNs can be fooled easily using various adversary attacks and capsule networks can overcome such attacks from the intruders and can offer more reliability in traffic sign detection for autonomous vehicles. Capsule network have achieved the state-of-the-art accuracy of 97. 6% on German Traffic Sign Recognition Benchmark dataset (GTSRB).
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Ranked #1 on Traffic Sign Recognition on GTSRB