In June 2020, Glenn Jocher released a followup to his popular YOLOv3 PyTorch Ultralytics repository and dubbed it YOLOv5. The model uses an annotation format similar to YOLO Darknet TXT but with the addition of a YAML file containing model configuration and class values.
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models all use the
YOLO-NAS is an object detection model developed by Deci that achieves SOTA performances compared to YOLOv5, v7, and v8.
YOLOR (You Only Learn One Representation) is an object detection model that uses both implicit and explicit knowledge to make predictions.
Each image has one txt file with a single line for each bounding box. The format of each row is
class_id center_x center_y width height
where fields are space delimited, and the coordinates are normalized from zero to one.
Note: To convert to normalized xywh from pixel values, divide x (and width) by the image's width and divide y (and height) by the image's height.
1 0.617 0.3594420600858369 0.114 0.17381974248927037 1 0.094 0.38626609442060084 0.156 0.23605150214592274 1 0.295 0.3959227467811159 0.13 0.19527896995708155 1 0.785 0.398068669527897 0.07 0.14377682403433475 1 0.886 0.40879828326180256 0.124 0.18240343347639484 1 0.723 0.398068669527897 0.102 0.1609442060085837 1 0.541 0.35085836909871243 0.094 0.16952789699570817 1 0.428 0.4334763948497854 0.068 0.1072961373390558 1 0.375 0.40236051502145925 0.054 0.1351931330472103 1 0.976 0.3927038626609442 0.044 0.17167381974248927
The `data.yaml` file contains configuration values used by the model to locate images and map class names to
train: ../train/images val: ../valid/images nc: 3 names: ['head', 'helmet', 'person']