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with a friend of mine, we got in an argument over how to label images for multi-label.

Note: Groups of a species and the species of catfish is important to recognize.

The labels are:

  • 'I': an individual fish of any type except catfish
  • 'R': A group of same species
  • 'K': Catfish

First conflict:

For an image containing a bank of fish, our conflicting opinions are:

  1. I and R
  2. R

Second conflict:

If in an image there's actually a bank of catfish, our conflicting opinions are:

  1. K and R
  2. K

Third conflict:

If in an image there's actually a group of same species of fish and other individual fish from different species, our conflicting opinions are:

  1. R
  2. I and R

Summary:

  • I think one very important difference of opinion here, is if in multi-label, we should give two labels to one object in image(say group and fish) or if an object should have only one label.

  • Should the overwhelming presence of an object, overshadow the presence of another (group of fish of same species and another individual fish)

What do you think?

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