Deep convolutional neural network (DCNN) is a kind of hierarchical neural network models and attracts attention in recent years since it has shown high classification performance. DCNN can acquire the feature representation which is a parameter indicating the feature of the input by learning. However, its internal analysis and the design of the network architecture have many unclear points and it cannot be said that it has been sufficiently elucidated. We propose the novel DCNN analysis method “Support vector machine (SVM) histogram” as a prescription to deal with these problems. This is a method that examines the spatial distribution of DCNN extracted feature representation by using the decision boundary of linear SVM. We show that we can interpret DCNN hierarchical processing using this method. In addition, by using the result of SVM histogram, DCNN architecture design becomes possible. In this study, we designed the architecture of the application to large scale natural image dataset. In the result, we succeeded in showing higher accuracy than the original DCNN.
Neural Processing Letters – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 3, 2017
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