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Kechen Song(Associate professor)

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  • Name (English):Kechen Song
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  • Education Level:With Certificate of Graduation for Doctorate Study
  • Gender:Male
  • Degree:博士
  • Status:Employed
  • Alma Mater:东北大学
  • Teacher College:机械工程与自动化学院

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  • Visible-Depth-Thermal Image Dataset

A Novel Visible-Depth-Thermal Image Dataset of Salient Object Detection

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Visual perception plays an important role in industrial information field, especially in robotic grasping application. In order to detect the object to be grasped quickly and accurately, salient object detection (SOD) is employed to the above task. Although the existing SOD methods have achieved impressive performance, they still have some limitations in the complex interference environment of practical application. To better deal with the complex interference environment, a novel triple-modal images fusion strategy is proposed to implement SOD for robotic visual perception, namely visible-depth-thermal (VDT) SOD. Meanwhile, we build an image acquisition system under variable lighting scene and construct a novel benchmark dataset for VDT SOD (VDT-2048 dataset). Multiple modal images will be introduced to assist each other to highlight the salient regions. But, inevitably, interference will also be introduced. In order to achieve effective cross-modal feature fusion while suppressing information interference, a hierarchical weighted suppress interference (HWSI) method is proposed. The comprehensive experimental results prove that our method achieves better performance than the state-of-the-art methods.  
 Kechen Song, et al.  A Novel Visible-Depth-Thermal Image Dataset of Salient Object Detection for Robotic Visual Perception [J]. IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, 2022.  (paper) (Dataset & Code