The YOLO model splits the image into smaller boxes and each box is responsible for predicting 5 bounding boxes.
My question is how does the model make these bounding boxes for every grid cell ? Does each box have a predefined offset with respect to say the center of the grid cell.
I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT THE FINAL BOUNDING BOX THAT ENCLOSES THE OBJECT I am talking about the 5 predicting bounding boxes that are present for each grid cell.
Like for example if the smaller grid cell is located at say 50x50 (the center of it) then the bounding boxes should be at (50+5)x(50+5) or something like that
If not then how do the bounding boxes come to be ?