In Computational intelligence and neuroscience
In the task of camouflaged human target detection, the target is highly integrated with the complex environment background, which is difficult to identify and leads to false detection and missed detection. A detection algorithm MC-YOLOv5s is proposed for the characteristics of camouflaged targets. The algorithm takes YOLOv5s as the basic framework. First, a multispectral channel attention module is embedded in the backbone feature extraction network, which enhances the network's ability to extract camouflaged target features, weakens the attention to the surrounding background, and effectively improves the algorithm's antibackground interference. Second, the original upsampling operation is replaced by a lightweight general upsampling operator to achieve effective fusion of high-resolution low-level feature maps and low-resolution high-level feature maps. Finally, the K-means++ clustering method is used to optimize the anchor boxes of the dataset target, and the sizes of the generated priori boxes are allocated to each detection layer, which increases the matching degree between the priori boxes and the actual target boxes, and further improves the detection accuracy of the algorithm. The training and verification were carried out on the military camouflaged personnel dataset (MCPD), the precision (P), recall (R), and mean average precision (mAP) of the MC-YOLOv5s algorithm reached 97.4%, 86.1%, and 94%, respectively. Compared to the original YOLOv5s model, mean average precision (mAP) is increased by 3.7 percentage points. The improved algorithm has better detection effect, is more sensitive to camouflaged targets, and achieves accurate positioning and identification of camouflaged human targets. If the proposed MC-YOLOv5s is applied to personnel search and rescue in complex battlefields and natural disaster environments, it can greatly improve personnel search and rescue efficiency and life survival rate, and reduce the consumption of human and material resources in rescue.
Zhang Wei, Zhou Qikai, Li Ruizhi, Niu Fu