Semantic segmentation using numeric array training input
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Matt J on 24 Jul 2019
Commented: Catherine Potts on 2 Jun 2020
I have a series of P images, each MxNxC (in other words C channels) organized as a 4D numeric array X where size(X) is [M,N,C,P].
I have a corresponding series of P label maps organized as a 3D numeric array Y where size(Y) is [M,N,P].
Question: How do I convert this input to a form that can be fed to trainNetwork() in a semantic image segmentation application?
I know that trainNetwork has an input syntax,
trainedNet = trainNetwork(X,Y,layers,options)
but the documentation does not discuss the format of Y for semantic segmentation problems.
Vimal Rathod on 31 Jul 2019
In case you have images with their ground truth image files, you can create image datastore and a pixelLabelDatastore and pass it to trainNetwork function using the following command.
%imds = imageDatastore(imageDirectory); %Image DataStore
%pxds = pixelLabelDatastore(pixelatedImageDirectory,classNames,pixelLabelID); %PixelLabel DataStore
trainingData = pixelLabelImageDatastore(imds,pxds);
net = trainNetwork(trainingData,layers,opts);
Currently the support for directly using a 4D Numeric array is not present so you may have to convert the array into set of images and store then in files accordingly.
Refer to this link for more information:
Catherine Potts on 2 Jun 2020
I am faced with this exact same situation, can you elaborate on how to convert the array into a set of images and storing them in files so that you can use the datastore functions? The examples aren't very insightful as to what the file structures need to be in order to create an effective datastore from a 4-D array along with classification information.
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