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Deep Spiking Convolutional Neural Network for Single Object Localization Based On Deep Continuous Local Learning

Abstract : With the advent of neuromorphic hardware, spiking neural networks can be a good energy-efficient alternative to artificial neural networks. However, the use of spiking neural networks to perform computer vision tasks remains limited, mainly focusing on simple tasks such as digit recognition. It remains hard to deal with more complex tasks (e.g. segmentation, object detection) due to the small number of works on deep spiking neural networks for these tasks. The objective of this paper is to make the first step towards modern computer vision with supervised spiking neural networks. We propose a deep convolutional spiking neural network for the localization of a single object in a grayscale image. We propose a network based on DECOLLE, a spiking model that enables local surrogate gradient-based learning. The encouraging results reported on Oxford-IIIT-Pet validates the exploitation of spiking neural networks with a supervised learning approach for more elaborate vision tasks in the future.
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  • ARXIV : 2105.05609

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Sami Barchid, José Mennesson, Chaabane Djeraba. Deep Spiking Convolutional Neural Network for Single Object Localization Based On Deep Continuous Local Learning. CBMI 2021 - Content-based Multimedia Indexing, Jun 2021, Lille / Virtual, France. ⟨hal-03264038⟩

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