Convolutional neural networks and impact of filter sizes on image classification
Kulcsszavak:CNN, impact, filter size, image, classifications
Deep Neural Networks (DNN) in the past few years have revolutionized the computer vision by providing the best results on a large number of problems such as image classification, pattern recognition, and speech recognition. One of the essential models in deep learning used for image classification is convolutional neural networks. These networks can integrate a different number of features or so-called filters in a multi-layer fashion called convolutional layers. These models use convolutional, and pooling layers for feature abstraction and have neurons arranged in three dimensions: Height, Width, and Depth. Filters of 3 different sizes were used like 3×3, 5×5 and 7×7. It has been seen that the accuracy on the training data has been decreased from 100% to 97.8% as we increase the filter size and also the accuracy on the test data set decreases for 3×3 it is 98.7%, for 5×5 it is 98.5%, and for 7×7 it is 97.8%. The loss on the training data and test data per 10 epochs could be seen drastically increasing from 3.4% to 27.6% and 12.5% to 23.02%, respectively. Thus it is clear that using the filters having lesser dimensions is giving less loss than those having more dimensions. However, using the smaller filter size comes with the cost of computational complexity, which is very crucial in the case of larger data sets.