R-PCNN Method to Rapidly Detect Objects on THz Images in Human Body Security Checks
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Terahertz human body security images have low resolution and a low signal-to-noise ratio. In the traditional method, image segmentation, positioning, and identification are applied to detect objects carried by humans in the THz images. However, it is difficult to satisfy the requirements of detection accuracy and speed with this approach. The current research presents a faster detection framework (R-PCNN) combining the preprocessing and structure optimization of Faster R-CNN. The experiment results show that this method can effectively improve the accuracy and speed of object detection in human body THz images. A detection accuracy of 84.5% can be achieved in dense flow scenes, with an average detection time of less than 20 milliseconds for each image.