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Abstract

Video object detection plays a significant role in various applications, including security, remote sensing and hyperspectral. In recent years, deep learning-based algorithms have made significant advances in video object recognition. The conventional machine learning applications have resulted in poor accuracy. In this article, a unified deep learning-based convolutional neural network (DLCNN) is developed for composite multi-object recognition in videos. DLCNN analyses a composite item like a collection of background and adds part information into feature information to enhance hybrid object recognition. Correct component information may help forecast the shape and size of a feature data, which helps solve challenges caused by different forms and sizes of various objects. Finally, the DLCNN draws a bounding box to detect objects using background features. Further, the simulation results show that the proposed method's performance is improved compared to the state of art approaches.

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Object detection Deep learning-based convolutional neural network

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A., A. M. . (2022). Implementation of Object Detection and Tracking by Using Deep Learning Based Convolutional Neural Networks. Convergence Chronicles, 3(1), 503–510. https://doi.org/10.53075/Ijmsirq/665776577677656