Using data with googlenet

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Benjamin Currie
Benjamin Currie on 4 Mar 2021
Answered: Raynier Suresh on 19 Mar 2021
I have used my own dataset, each photo corresponds to a x,y and theta value instead of an actual class such as 'table'. currently the accuracy is only 20%, this will be because they are only two pictures per class. What i want to do is use my semantic segmentation NN, take the data from this such as the pixel value and use this within the googlenet to help classify the image. Is this possible? and any tip as i am new to this. Thank you
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Madhav Thakker
Madhav Thakker on 15 Mar 2021
Hi Benjamin, what do you mean "take the data from semantic segmentation NN".
The semantic segmentation NN should take as input raw images and return the semantically segmented map. You can directly feed the raw image to the googlenet if you have the labels for each image.
Perhaps you can elaborate the question with an example?

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Raynier Suresh
Raynier Suresh on 19 Mar 2021
Hi, Based on my understanding you are trying to segment the image and then you are trying to classify it using the google net, to do this you can feed the image to the segmentation network and then feed the result to the google net. But the job of the semantic segmentation network itself is to classifies every pixel in an image, so using another network for classification is redundant. The below link can provide you more idea

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