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Fine-grained Anomaly Detection via Multi-task Self-Supervision

by   Loic Jezequel, et al.

Detecting anomalies using deep learning has become a major challenge over the last years, and is becoming increasingly promising in several fields. The introduction of self-supervised learning has greatly helped many methods including anomaly detection where simple geometric transformation recognition tasks are used. However these methods do not perform well on fine-grained problems since they lack finer features. By combining in a multi-task framework high-scale shape features oriented task with low-scale fine features oriented task, our method greatly improves fine-grained anomaly detection. It outperforms state-of-the-art with up to 31 with AUROC on various anomaly detection problems.


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