Troop camouflage detection based on deep action learning

Muslikhin Muslikhin, Aris Nasuha, Fatchul Arifin, Suprapto Suprapto, Anggun Winursito

Abstract


Detecting troop camouflage on the battlefield is crucial to beat or decide in critical situations to survive. This paper proposed a hybrid model based on deep action learning for camouflage recognition and detection. To involve deep action learning in this proposed system, deep learning based on you only look once (YOLOv3) with SquezeeNet and the fourth steps on action learning were engaged. Following the successful formulation of the learning cycle, an instrument examines the environment and performance in action learning with qualitative weightings; specific target detection experiments with view angle, target localization, and the firing point procedure were performed. For each deep action learning cycle, the complete process is divided into planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. If the results do not meet the minimal passing grade after the first cycle, the cycle will be repeated until the system succeeds in the firing point. Furthermore, this study found that deep action learning could enhance intelligence over earlier camouflage detection methods, while maintaining acceptable error rates. As a result, deep action learning could be used in armament systems if the environment is properly identified.


Keywords


action learning; deep learning; deep action learning; SquezeeNet; troop camouflage; YOLOv3;

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijai.v11.i3.pp%25p

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