Bhowmik, N. and Breckon, T.P. (2022) 'Joint Sub-component Level Segmentation and Classification for Anomaly Detection within Dual-Energy X-Ray Security Imagery.', International Conference on Machine Learning Applications Bahamas, 12-14 Dec 2022.
X-ray baggage security screening is in widespread use and crucial to maintaining transport security for threat/anomaly detection tasks. The automatic detection of anomaly, which is concealed within cluttered and complex electronics/electrical items, using 2D X-ray imagery is of primary interest in recent years. We address this task by introducing joint object sub-component level segmentation and classification strategy using deep Convolution Neural Network architecture. The performance is evaluated over a dataset of cluttered X-ray baggage security imagery, consisting of consumer electrical and electronics items using variants of dual-energy X-ray imagery (pseudo-colour, high, low, and effective-Z). The proposed joint sub-component level segmentation and classification approach achieve ∼ 99% true positive and ∼ 5% false positive for anomaly detection task.
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|Date accepted:||05 September 2022|
|Date deposited:||04 November 2022|
|Date of first online publication:||December 2022|
|Date first made open access:||15 December 2022|
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