Classification Taxonomies Genus of 90 Animals Using Transfer Learning Resnet-152

Authors

  • Satria Nur Saputro Institut Teknologi Telkom Purwokerto
  • Faisal Dharma Adhinata Institut Teknologi Telkom Purwokerto
  • Ummi Athiyah Institut Teknologi Telkom Purwokerto

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21512/commit.v18i1.9482

Keywords:

Taxonomy of animals, Classification, Transfer Learning Resnet-152

Abstract

The process of learning theory and the limited ability to remember anything, especially a foreign language, often cause students to have difficulty understanding lessons, especially in determining the type and taxonomy of the animal. With the assistance of computer vision technology, students can more effectively face various challenges, enhance their understanding, and improve their ability to apply the concept of animal classification. The research classifies the taxonomy of 90 animals using Transfer Learning ResNet 152. It aims to analyze the performance of Transfer Learning ResNet 152 on the 90-animal dataset. The results show that in Model A with an architecture with frozen layers in 6 ResNet blocks, the highest evaluation value obtained is 0.9222 on Batch size 4 with Dropout 6, 0.9241 on Batch size 8 with Dropout 7, 0.9259 on Batch size 16 with Dropout 8, and 0.9296 on Batch size 32 with Dropout 4 and Dropout 7. Meanwhile, in model B with an architecture with frozen layers in 5 ResNet blocks and one non-frozen block, the highest evaluation value obtained is 0.7611 on Batch size 4 with Dropout 8, 0.8713 on Batch size 8 with Dropout 2, 0.8852 on Batch size 16 with Dropout 1, and 0.9204 on Batch size 32 with Dropout 3.

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2024-04-05
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