Conference paper Open Access
Štepec, Dejan; Skočaj, Danijel
Anomaly detection in visual data refers to the problem of differentiating abnormal appearances from normal cases. Supervised approaches have been successfully applied to different domains, but require abundance of labeled data. Due to the nature of how anomalies occur and their underlying generating processes, it is hard to characterize and label them. Recent advances in deep generative based models have sparked interest towards applying such methods for unsupervised anomaly detection and have shown promising results in medical and industrial inspection domains.