PixelSSL — Library For Pixel-Wise Computer Vision Tasks

PixelSSL is a library for pixel-by-pixel computer vision tasks. The library facilitates the training of semi-supervised models. PixelSSL currently only supports the object segmentation task. Implementations of 5 models are available in the library: SupOnly, MT, S4L, AdvSSL and GCT.

PixelSSL — Library For Pixel-Wise Computer Vision Tasks
Source: Github

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