Semantic segmentation of high-resolution images
Wang J H, Liu B, Xu K
Image semantic segmentation is a research topic that has emerged recently. Although existing approaches have achieved satisfactory accuracy, they are limited to handling low-resolution images owing to their large memory consumption. In this paper, we present a semantic segmentation method for high-resolution images. First, we downsample the input image to a lower resolution and then obtain a low-resolution semantic segmentation image using state-of-the-art methods. Next, we use joint bilateral upsampling to upsample the low-resolution solution and obtain a high-resolution semantic segmentation image. To modify joint bilateral upsampling to handle discrete semantic segmentation data, we propose using voting instead of interpolation in filtering computation. Compared to state-of-the-art methods, our method significantly reduces memory cost without reducing result quality.