Deep neural networks performance optimization in image recognition
In this paper, we consider the problem of insufficient runtime and memory-space complexities of contemporary deep convolutional neural networks in the problem of image recognition. A survey of recent compression methods and efficient neural networks architectures is provided. The experimental study is focused on the visual emotion recognition problem. We compare the computational speed and memory consumption during the training and the inference stages of such methods as the weights matrix decomposition, binarization and hashing in the visual emotion recognition problem. It is experimentally shown that the most efficient recognition is achieved with the full network binarization and matrices decomposition.