Deep adversarial attack on target detection systems. (arXiv:2108.05948v1 [cs.AI])

Target detection systems identify targets by localizing their coordinates on
the input image of interest. This is ideally achieved by labeling each pixel in
an image as a background or a potential target pixel. Deep Convolutional Neural
Network (DCNN) classifiers have proven to be successful tools for computer
vision applications. However,prior research confirms that even state of the art
classifier models are susceptible to adversarial attacks. In this paper, we
show how to generate adversarial infrared images by adding small perturbations
to the targets region to deceive a DCNN-based target detector at remarkable
levels. We demonstrate significant progress in developing visually
imperceptible adversarial infrared images where the targets are visually
recognizable by an expert but a DCNN-based target detector cannot detect the
targets in the image.



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