One-stage logo detection framework using adaboost resnet50 backbone

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Abstract

Logo is an important asset as it is designed to express identity or character of the company or organization that owns the logo. The advent of deep learning methods and proliferated of logo images sample dataset in the past decade has made automated logo detection from digital images or video an interesting computer vision problem with wide potential applications. This paper presents a novel one-stage logo detector framework in which the backbone of the proposed logo detector is a deep learning model which is trained supervisedly using gradient descent training algorithm and the target logo classes as input dataset. The experiment results showed that AdaBoost Resnet50 (0.58 MAP) as the logo detector backbone outperforms Resnet50 (0.56 MAP), VGG19 (0.32 MAP), and AdaBoost VGG19 (0.56 MAP).

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Sarwo, Heryadi, Y., Budiharto, W., & Abdurachman, E. (2019). One-stage logo detection framework using adaboost resnet50 backbone. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 451–457. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijrte.C4222.098319

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