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Dec. 7, 2021, 7:18 a.m. | /u/deeperkiwi

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I'm working on a conservation project where we want to detect a particular invasive species of plant (old man's beard, Clematis vitalba) in aerial photos of an urban area. From the samples I've seen there's a noticeable difference in what could be called the texture of the vegetation for the invasive species - see the attached image, with the circled areas showing patches of C. vitalba - so I think a plain multilayer CNN network should be able to do a good job with this. I'm wondering if there are …

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