Anomaly detection consists in identifying, within a dataset, those samples that significantly differ from the majority of the data, representing the normal class. It has many practical applications, e.g. ranging from defective product detection in industrial systems to medical imaging. This paper focuses on image anomaly detection using a deep neural network with multiple pyramid levels to analyze the image features at different scales. We propose a network based on encoding-decoding scheme, using a standard convolutional autoencoders, trained on normal data only in order to build a model of normality. Anomalies can be detected by the inability of the network to reconstruct its input. Experimental results show a good accuracy on MNIST, FMNIST and the recent MVTec Anomaly Detection dataset.

Image Anomaly Detection by Aggregating Deep Pyramidal Representations

Mishra P.;Piciarelli C.;Foresti G. L.
2021

Abstract

Anomaly detection consists in identifying, within a dataset, those samples that significantly differ from the majority of the data, representing the normal class. It has many practical applications, e.g. ranging from defective product detection in industrial systems to medical imaging. This paper focuses on image anomaly detection using a deep neural network with multiple pyramid levels to analyze the image features at different scales. We propose a network based on encoding-decoding scheme, using a standard convolutional autoencoders, trained on normal data only in order to build a model of normality. Anomalies can be detected by the inability of the network to reconstruct its input. Experimental results show a good accuracy on MNIST, FMNIST and the recent MVTec Anomaly Detection dataset.
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