Kolektor Surface-Defect Dataset

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The dataset is constructed from images of defected electrical commutators that were provided and annotated by Kolektor Group d.o.o.. Specifically, microscopic fractions or cracks were observed on the surface of the plastic embedding in electrical commutators. The surface area of each commutator was captured in eight non-overlapping images. The images were captured in a controlled environment.


The dataset consists of:

  • 50 physical items (defected electrical commutators)
  • 8 surfaces per item
  • Altogether 399 images:
    • 52 images of visible defect
    • 347 images without any defect

For each item the defect is only visible in at least one image, while two items have defects on two images, which means there were 52 images where the defects are visible. The remaining 347 images serve as negative examples with non-defective surfaces.

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Benchmark results

We split the dataset into three folds to perform 3-fold cross validation. The splits are available at KolektorSDD-training-splits.zip. Fully prepared TensorFlow dataset split into 3 folds is available at KolektorSDD-dilate=5-tensorflow.zip.


Results on this dataset with our developed network and several state-of-the-art models are available at our research page.


Citation

Please cite our paper published in the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing:


@article{Tabernik2019JIM,
  author = {Tabernik, Domen and {\v{S}}ela, Samo and Skvar{\v{c}}, Jure and 
  Sko{\v{c}}aj, Danijel},
  journal = {Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing},
  title = {{Segmentation-Based Deep-Learning Approach for Surface-Defect Detection}},
  year = {2019},
  month = {May},
  day = {15},
  issn={1572-8145},
  doi={10.1007/s10845-019-01476-x}
}