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help calculating AP for yolov3 on matlab also my recall precision plot looks jank, more info in comments
2 projects | /r/computervision | 18 Mar 2021
Hey, so im pretty new to this and used https://github.com/AntonMu/TrainYourOwnYOLO to train a yolov3 model for pedestrian detection. I'm using the kitti object detection dataset.
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