Crosscheck #5_NSSIS Specifications
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Pedestrians, vehicles, bicycles, and general objects will all be considered as objects for this project.29truefalse
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Pedestrians, vehicles, bicycles, and general objects will all be considered as objects for this project.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
How many classes for instances are in this project?
A host vehicle will be considered an object in this project.falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
A frame that has a banner at the top saying 'Must annotate all relevant' means
There are editable pixels that hasn't been tagged
All of the choices are incorrect
All editable pixels has been tagged
This is not the correct frame30sEditDelete
When you see a cluster of pixels, and you can determine that there is definitely more than one object in the cluster, What would be the correct tag for it?
This class MUST NOT be used. There is currently no need for this class.
No available classes30sEditDelete
If the accuracy error is LESS than approximately 5-7 pixels wide, the irrelevant pixels MUST be fixedfalsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
If the accuracy error is MORE than approximately 5-7 pixels wide, the irrelevant pixels MUST be fixedtruefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
What tool do we use to remove all the Read Only pixels and display only the editable pixels
Shift + S
Alt + P
Shift + R30sEditDelete
All objects will be classified as "irrelevant"falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
NSSIS stands for ?
Network Surface Segmentation Instances Segmentation
Network Surface Segmentation Instance Segmentation
Network Surface Segmentation Highest level
Network Surface Segmentation High level30sEditDelete
What shortcut keys we use to find 'cant_separate' class
What shortcut keys we use to find 'relevant' class
In this case, we have to fix excess pixels as what?
You will only begin to re-classify from the pixel that you are 100% sure is no longer the relevant pixel.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
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