Advanced Computer Vision Assignment

Pizza Object Detector

Object Detection


Pizza Object Detector Computer Vision Project

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The object detection process required an annotated pizza dataset sourced from a Kaggle repository [1], comprising approximately 9000 pizza images capturing diverse visual conditions and angles. Around 1500 images were randomly selected and meticulously annotated with 16 ingredient labels, encompassing common pizza components like Cheese, Pepperoni, and Basil. Utilizing RoboFlow, a versatile dataset creation tool, facilitated label management, bounding box creation, and image sorting, streamlining the annotation process. The dataset was split into training, validation, and testing subsets (60%, 20%, and 20% respectively), ensuring a comprehensive evaluation. Augmentations like rotation and blur, applied exclusively to the training set, increased its size to 2544 images, while the validation and testing sets contained 284 and 283 images respectively. This dataset underwent extensive preparation and augmentation, laying the groundwork for subsequent model training and evaluation phases. RoboFlow's visual aids provided valuable insights into dataset characteristics, including label representation and object placement within images.

The following is a list of classes used for annotation:

  1. Arugula
  2. Bacon
  3. Basil
  4. Broccoli
  5. Cheese
  6. Chicken
  7. Corn
  8. Ham
  9. Mushroom
  10. Olives
  11. Onion
  12. Pepperoni
  13. Peppers
  14. Pineapple
  15. Pizza
  16. Tomatoes

[1] M. Bryant, Pizza images with topping labels, labels/, Jun. 2019.

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                            title = { Pizza Object Detector Dataset },
                            type = { Open Source Dataset },
                            author = { Advanced Computer Vision Assignment },
                            howpublished = { \url{ } },
                            url = { },
                            journal = { Roboflow Universe },
                            publisher = { Roboflow },
                            year = { 2024 },
                            month = { jan },
                            note = { visited on 2024-03-02 },

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