How Siamese Neural Networks Work With Image Processing

A Guide to How SNNs Work for Image Processing


  • How Siamese Neural Networks Work With Image Processing


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Frequently Asked Questions

Siamese networks are made up of two identical neural networks, each of which takes one of the two input images. The last layers of the two networks are then sent into a contrastive loss function which computes the degree of similarity between the two images.

Siamese networks are used to apply similarity learning, i.e., to find where there’s a similarity of patterns and structures in two images.

A Siamese neural network, also known as a twin neural network, is a type of artificial neural network that employs the same weights to compute equivalent output vectors from two distinct input vectors simultaneously.

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