LSTM Accelerator for Convolutional Object Identification
AbstractDeep Learning has dramatically advanced the state of the art in vision, speech and many other areas. Recently, numerous deep learning algorithms have been proposed to solve traditional artificial intelligence problems. In this paper, in order to detect the version that can provide the best trade-off in terms of time and accuracy, convolutional networks of various depths have been implemented. Batch normalization is also considered since it acts as a regularizer and achieves the same accuracy with fewer training steps. For maximizing the yield of the complexity by diminishing, as well as minimizing the loss of accuracy, LSTM neural net layers are utilized in the process. The image sequences are proven to be classified by the LSTM in a more accelerated manner, while managing better precision. Concretely, the more complex the CNN, the higher the percentages of exactitude; in addition, but for the high-rank increase in accuracy, the time was significantly decreased, which eventually rendered the trade-off optimal. The average improvement of performance for all models regarding both datasets used amounted to
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Savvopoulos, A.; Kanavos, A.; Mylonas, P.; Sioutas, S. LSTM Accelerator for Convolutional Object Identification. Algorithms 2018, 11, 157.
Savvopoulos A, Kanavos A, Mylonas P, Sioutas S. LSTM Accelerator for Convolutional Object Identification. Algorithms. 2018; 11(10):157.Chicago/Turabian Style
Savvopoulos, Alkiviadis; Kanavos, Andreas; Mylonas, Phivos; Sioutas, Spyros. 2018. "LSTM Accelerator for Convolutional Object Identification." Algorithms 11, no. 10: 157.
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