False Positive Vessel Detection Results

In the course of analyzing images during the Vessel Detection process, several conditions or entities may induce erroneous positive identifications of vessels:

  • Oceanic wave patterns
  • Textural characteristics of the sea
  • Islands
  • Cloud coverage
  • Image artifacts

These inaccuracies, typically manifesting as false vessel detections, are generally associated with lower confidence scores. It is advisable to identify and exclude the factors responsible for such false positives to enhance the accuracy of the analysis.

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