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Assuming that you have access to the training data set, you could use an autoencoder network to predict what features f4, f5, f6 'could be' for the test data set. The way to do this is to train the autoencoder on the training data set with features f1, f2, f3 as inputs, and then use f1,f2,f3,f4,f5,f6 as the output of the network. The autoencoder then ...


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The paper referenced by Martin Thoma is the go-to for semantic segmentation. However I will also like to add the Panoptic Segmentation metric as an aggregated method to measure both the detection task and segmentation task of the model. It is a very well-known and widely used metric since it is the standard metric for COCO dataset (segmentation) This is the ...


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