Object classification with artificial neural networks: A comparative analysis





Object classification, neural networks, convolutional neural networks, residual neural networks


Object classification is a problem which has attracted a lot of research attention in recent years. Traditional approach to this problem is built on a shallow trainable architecture that was meant to detect handcrafted features. That approach works poorly and introduces many complications in situations where one is to work with more than a couple types of objects in an image with a large resolution. That is why in the past few years convolutional and residual neural networks have experienced a tremendous rise in popularity. In this paper, we provide a review on topics related to artificial neural networks and a brief overview of our research. Our review begins with a short introduction to the topic of computer vision. Afterwards we cover briefly the concepts of neural networks, convolutional and residual neural networks and their commonly used models. Then we provide a comparative performance analysis of the previously mentioned models in a binary and multi-label classification problem. Finally, multiple conclusions are drawn, which are to serve as guidelines for future computer vision systems implementations.


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Niewiadomski, A., & Domeradzki, K. (2020). Object classification with artificial neural networks: A comparative analysis. Studia Informatica. System and Information Technology, 23(1-2), 43–56. https://doi.org/10.34739/si.2019.23.03