MicroBooNE demonstrates use of convolutional neural networks on liquid-argon TPC data for first time

Categories: Intensity Frontier
Published on: May 1, 2019

This example image shows a charged-current neutrino interaction with decay gamma rays from a neutral pion (left). The label image (middle) is shown with the output of U-ResNet (right) where track and shower pixels are shown in yellow and cyan color respectively.

It is hard these days not to encounter examples of machine learning out in the world. Chances are, if your phone unlocks using facial recognition or if you’re using voice commands to control your phone, you are likely using machine learning algorithms — in particular deep neural networks.

By  Victor GentyKazuhiro Terao and Taritree Wongjirad

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