Performance Comparison ConvDeconvNet Algorithm Vs. UNET for Fish Object Detection





Accuracy of Detection, ConvDeconvNet, Deep Learning Algorithms, Real-time Performance, UNET


The precise identification and localization of fish entities within visual data is essential in diverse domains, such as marine biology and fisheries management, within computer vision. This study provides a thorough performance evaluation of two prominent deep learning algorithms, ConvDeconvNet and UNET, in the context of fish object detection. Both models are assessed using a dataset comprising a wide range of fish species, considering various factors, including accuracy of detection, speed of processing, and complexity of the model. The findings demonstrate that ConvDeconvNet exhibits superior performance in terms of detection accuracy, attaining a noteworthy degree of precision and recall in identifying fish entities. In contrast, the UNET model displays a notable advantage in terms of processing speed owing to its distinctive architectural design, rendering it a viable option for applications requiring real-time performance. The discourse surrounding the trade-off between accuracy and speed is examined, offering valuable perspectives for algorithm selection following specific criteria. Furthermore, this study highlights the significance of incorporating a diverse range of datasets for training and testing purposes when utilizing these models, as it significantly influences their overall performance. This study makes a valuable contribution to the continuous endeavors to improve the detection of fish objects in underwater images. It provides a thorough evaluation and comparison of ConvDeconvNet and UNET, thereby assisting researchers and practitioners in making well-informed decisions regarding selecting these models for their specific applications.

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Hindarto, D. (2023). Performance Comparison ConvDeconvNet Algorithm Vs. UNET for Fish Object Detection. Sinkron : Jurnal Dan Penelitian Teknik Informatika, 8(4), 2827-2835.

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