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AlexNet CNN how can it be applied to my case?

I'm working on my last year project where I'm given digitized WSI (Whole Slide Images), though they're fairly small around 1390x1040 size (which is unusual). These images are of cases of Glioblastoma ...
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Why is the GoogLeNet retrained model size less compared to others?

I have some questions if someone can answer me or guide me articles to understand them. I investigated different pre-trained model i.e. AlexNet, VGG, GoogLeNet, InceptionV3 and ResNet. I have ...
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Bias of 1 in fully connected layers introduced dying relu problem

While implementing AlexNet (model-code), one of the thing I need to do was to initialize the biases of the convolutional layers and fully connected layers. Normally we initialize biases with 0s, but ...
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Number of Fully connected layers in standard CNNs

I have a question targeting some basics of CNN. I came across various CNN networks like AlexNet, GoogLeNet and LeNet. I read at a lot of places that AlexNet has 3 Fully Connected layers with 4096, ...
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Why does my training loss oscillate while training the final layer of AlexNet with pre-trained weights?

I am working on texture classification and based on previous works, I am trying to modify the final layer of AlexNET to have 20 classes, and train only that layer for my multi class classification ...
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What does images per second mean when benchmarking Deep Learning GPU?

I've been reviewing performance of several NVIDIA GPU's and I see that typically results are presented in terms of "images per second" that can be processed. Experiments are typically being performed ...