Deep Learning

In deep learning, images are utilized due to their rich information content, spatial hierarchies, and translation invariance, rendering them ideal for tasks such as object recognition and classification. The classification of malware using images is an important field for deep learning, especially in cybersecurity. Within this context, the Classified Advanced Persistent Threat Dataset is a thorough collection that has been carefully selected to further this field's study and innovation.


The COronaVIrus Disease of 2019 (COVID19) pandemic poses a significant global challenge, with millions

affected and millions of lives lost. This study introduces a privacy conscious approach for early detection of COVID19,

employing breathing sounds and chest X-ray images. Leveraging Blockchain and optimized neural networks, proposed

method ensures data security and accuracy. The chest X-ray images undergo preprocessing, segmentation and feature


The JKU-ITS AVDM contains data from 17 participants performing different tasks with various levels of distraction.
The data collection was carried out in accordance with the relevant guidelines and regulations and informed consent was obtained from all participants.
The dataset was collected using the JKU-ITS research vehicle with automated capabilities under different illumination and weather conditions along a secure test route within the


This database contains Synthetic High-Voltage Power Line Insulator Images.

There are two sets of images: one for image segmentation and another for image classification.

The first set contains images with different types of materials and landscapes, including the following landscape types: Mountains, Forest, Desert, City, Stream, Plantation. Each of the above-mentioned landscape types consists of 2,627 images per insulator type, which can be Ceramic, Polymeric or made of Glass, with a total of 47,286 distinct images.


The "Thaat and Raga Forest (TRF) Dataset" represents a significant advancement in computational musicology, focusing specifically on Indian Classical Music (ICM). While Western music has seen substantial attention in this field, ICM remains relatively underexplored. This manuscript presents the utilization of Deep Learning models to analyze ICM, with a primary focus on identifying Thaats and Ragas within musical compositions. Thaats and Ragas identification holds pivotal importance for various applications, including sentiment-based recommendation systems and music categorization.


Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) addresses sensor performance limitations and deep learning-based object detection insufficiencies to ensure the intended functionality of Automated Driving Systems (ADS). This paper presents a methodology examining the adaptability and performance evaluation of the 3D object detection methods on a LiDAR point cloud dataset generated by simulating a SOTIF-related Use Case.


3D datasets used in Toward-ground-truth optical coherence tomography. Guangming Ni et al., "Toward ground-truth optical coherence tomography via three-dimensional unsupervised deep learning processing and data", 2023 There are two dataset: OCT-R1 and OCT-R2. OCT-R1 contains three-dimensional (3D) data collected from 41 human eyes using a BM-400K BMizar (Topi Ltd.) OCT scanner at Sichuan Provincial People's Hospital. To enhance the diversity of the data, we performed scans over two different ranges.


A specially designed waist-worn device with accelerometer, gyroscope, and pressure sensor was utilized to collect information about 18 ADLs and 16 fall types. The falls protocol has been performed in our lab to replicate realistic situations that typically affect workers and older people. In contrast to other datasets that are accessible to the public, we included a new task in the falls, syncope, since it has a high mortality rate among the elderly and is linked to falls. As such, we must take it into account and include it in our fall detection system.


This article presents a dataset collected from a real process control network (PCN) to facilitate deep-learning-based anomaly detection and analysis in industrial settings. The dataset aims to provide a realistic environment for researchers to develop, test, and benchmark anomaly detection models without the risk associated with experimenting on live systems. It reflects raw process data from a gas processing plant, offering coverage of critical parameters vital for system performance, safety, and process optimization.


This dataset is derived from Sentinel-2 satellite imagery.
The main goal is to employ this dataset to train and classify images into two classes: with trees, and without trees.
The structure of the dataset is 2 folders named: "tree" (images containing trees) and "no-trees" (images without presence of trees).
Each folder contains 5200 images of this type.