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The effect of the background and dataset size on training of neural networks for image classification
Mikulec, Vojtěch ; Kolařík, Martin (referee) ; Rajnoha, Martin (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the impact of background and database size on training of neural networks for image classification. The work describes techniques of image processing using convolutional neural networks and the influence of background (noise) and database size on training. The work proposes methods which can be used to achieve faster and more accurate training process of convolutional neural networks. A binary classification of Labeled Faces in the Wild dataset is selected where the background is modified with color change or cropping for each experiment. The size of dataset is crucial for training convolutional neural networks, there are experiments with the size of training set in this work, which simulate a real problem with the lack of data when training convolutional neural networks for image classification.

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