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Cascade Training GUI: Specify Ground Truth

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Interactive GUI for managing the selection and positioning of rectangular ROIs in a list of images.

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CascadeTrainGUI:

Interactive GUI for managing the selection and positioning of rectangular ROIs in a list of images, and for specifying ground truth for training algorithms.
   * Add/remove/rotate/sort images
   * Add/remove/reposition/ delete/copy/paste ROIs
   * Generate/export structure of image names and ROI positions
   * Save/restore sessions
   * Keyboard shortcuts designed to facilitate the process
 
If you plan on training a detector, or have other uses for multiple-ROI selection and management, this tool is for you!
 
Note that the zip file includes an mlappinstall file. You can use this GUI in the standard fashion, or double-click the mlappinstall file to install CascadeTrainGUI as an App on your App Toolbar.

Comments, suggestions welcome!

SEE ALSO: SegmentTool, MorphTool, ImadjustGUI, FindCirclesGUI

Acknowledgements

Create Button Label and Uigetvariables: Dialog To Pass Variables From Workspace Into Gui inspired this file.

This file inspired How To Apply Image Processing And Computer Vision Wih Matlab : Japanese Matlab Expo 2013 and Train Cascade Object Detector.

Required Products Image Processing Toolbox
Computer Vision System Toolbox
MATLAB release MATLAB 8.0 (R2012b)
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15 Apr 2014 Brett Shoelson

@James,
I sometimes show a version of the example that's in the vision.CascadeObjectDetector doc. After finding faces in the visionteam image, I crop a single face, rotate it incrementally, and re-run the detector. It's easy to show that the detector works well (on that particular image) with rotations up to about 20 degrees. Beyond that, this method will likely require an additional detector trained for tilted faces. (There are other approaches that might be more robust to rotations....).
And no, it doesn't matter if the training positives are the zame size. But it does matter that they are the same aspect ratio.
Cheers,
Brett
a demo that uses a cascade detector to find faces in a particular image. After finding al

15 Apr 2014 James

One more thing I forgot, sorry -- does it matter if your training/positive images are different sizes/resolutions after being cropped/selected for region of interest?

14 Apr 2014 James

@Brett

Thanks a lot for making this. One question: how does the trained cascade deal with in-plane rotations? Not necessarily large rotations -- plus minus 30 degrees let's say. Furthermore, would providing the trainer with in-plane rotated images in the training set make it more robust to rotation in the detection stage? Thanks again for making this wonderful app!

11 Apr 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Hetu:
Once you've trained the detector, you're pretty much done with this App. (You can apply the detector to single frames, but you'll probably want to create a script to do this on the individual video frames.)

Note that detection is relatively expensive; tracking is less so. You might consider detecting the object with your newly trained detector in the first frame, and tracking it through subsequent frames until you lose the track. Then retrain. Or maybe tracking through 10 frames, then retrain...

I've toyed with the idea of implementing a video tracking environment, but haven't had the bandwidth to do that just yet.

Cheers,
Brett

11 Apr 2014 Hetu Patel

@Brett :thank you sir.

Now i have made one detector which can detect tiger from image by using this GUI.so thank you once again.Now my questions are :

->I can run detector for particular image but how could i apply it for video ??

I am using first a moving object detector for detect any animal out of the video which moves.
SO how can i apply THIS GUI for particular that detected (moving) animal whether it is tiger or not.

Thank you :)

19 Mar 2014 Kevin

Hi Brett,

I'm trying to install your app on Matlab 2013b, but I keep getting this error message:

com.mathworks.jmi.MatlabException: Failed to extract Matlab app file '/Users/kchai/Downloads/CascadeTrainGUI (1)/CascadeTrainGUI.mlappinstall' to '/Users/kchai/Documents/MATLAB/Apps/CascadeTrainGUI - 1' with internal errors
at com.mathworks.jmi.NativeMatlab.SendMatlabMessage(Native Method)
at com.mathworks.jmi.NativeMatlab.sendMatlabMessage(NativeMatlab.java:265)
at com.mathworks.jmi.MatlabLooper.sendMatlabMessage(MatlabLooper.java:120)
at com.mathworks.jmi.Matlab.mtFeval(Matlab.java:1541)
at com.mathworks.jmi.MatlabWorker.feval(MatlabWorker.java:197)
at com.mathworks.appmanagement.InstallAppMatlabWorker.doOnMatlabThread(InstallAppMatlabWorker.java:20)
at com.mathworks.appmanagement.InstallAppMatlabWorker.doOnMatlabThread(InstallAppMatlabWorker.java:7)
at com.mathworks.appmanagement.AbstractAppManagementMatlabWorker.runOnMatlabThread(AbstractAppManagementMatlabWorker.java:21)
at com.mathworks.jmi.MatlabWorker$2.run(MatlabWorker.java:79)
at com.mathworks.jmi.NativeMatlab.dispatchMTRequests(NativeMatlab.java:440)

Do you have any idea what is going on? Thanks!

17 Mar 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Maddie,
Yes, I think the changing aspect ratio (horizontal/vertical nature) of your problem is significant. I have a demo in which I show that a face detector works until a face is rotated to about 20 degrees; then it fails. That indicates that one would need a vertical face detector and a tilted face detector to recognize both upright and tilted faces. I think the same is likely true in your case: you will need an upright-cone detector and a horizontal cone detector. Alternatively, you could do some image processing to find "blobs," and use REGIONPROPS/IMROTATE to reorient those blobs to always be "vertical" before running the detector. But yes, you'll likely have to do something different.
Cheers,
Brett

02 Mar 2014 Maddie

@Brett
I am working with your GUI attempting to recognize regular orange traffic cones. I have yet to be able to get it to successfully recognize a cone though so I have a few questions I'm hoping you might be able to answer. First, the pictures I'm using to train the detector are being taken with a different camera (of much higher quality) than the camera I am using to attempt to detect the cones. Do know if camera/image quality could cause issues with detection? Second, some of my pictures are rotated in the GUI so the cone is displayed horizontally rather than vertically thus my ROI's are not of a consistent aspect ratio. Is this something I should take the time to fix? (as in do you believe this could be a large contributor to my issue?) Third, I currently have 200+ positives and 400+ negatives. What would you recommend as a good number of positives and negatives?

Thank you in advance for your help!

17 Feb 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Hassan:
Training a cascade detector is memory intensive regardless of the environment you're working in. I strongly encourage you to find a way to do this on a 64-bit computer with a 64-bit OS and 64-bit MATLAB. Whether or not that is possible, it's also worth considering that Haar features take a lot of memory. So the other recommendation would be to try HoG or LBP. HoG takes the least memory of the three feature types.
Regards,
Brett

16 Feb 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Jorge:
It appears that your step PRIOR to using CTG to call the training function was improper. Take a look at the variable 'me' in your call, and take a look at the documentation for trainCascadeObjectDetector. You might also want to train a very small test detector using CTG, and study the nature of the (save-able, recall-able) file that it generates for input to the training function.
Cheers, Brett

15 Feb 2014 Jorge

That's was with my own code. After that I used the CascadeTrainGUI and I have these two files: Data_50.xml and Data_50.mat. I apply these simple code
detector = >>vision.CascadeObjectDetector('Data_50.xml');
>>img = imread('to.jpg');
>>imshow(img)
>>bbox = step(detector, img); but at this point the program doesn't respond anymore

14 Feb 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Jorge:
Did you get that error when you were trying to train using CascadeTrainGUI? Or did you write your own call to trainCascadeObjectDetector? The second input argument (in your call, me) must be an array of structs with your ROI-specified positive images. What is 'me' in your workflow? How did you generate it?
Brett

14 Feb 2014 Jorge

I have this problem:
>> jorge
Error using trainCascadeObjectDetector>parseInputs (line 305)
The value of 'POSITIVE_INSTANCES' is invalid. Expected input number 2, POSITIVE_INSTANCES, to be one of these types:

struct, char

Instead its type was uint8.

Error in trainCascadeObjectDetector (line 160)
parser = parseInputs(varargin{:});

Error in jorge (line 14)
trainCascadeObjectDetector('jorge_dectector.xml', me, negativeFolder, 'FalseAlarmRate', 0.2, 'NumCascadeStages', 5);

can someone help me?

13 Feb 2014 Hassan Javaid

@Brett
I'm using r2013b on 32 bit windows 7 with 2GB ram and intel dual core processor.
I'm using 57 positive images and 50 negative images.
FAR is 0.50 and TPR is 0.995 and stages are 10.

12 Feb 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Hassan:
Can you provide any more details? What is your computer architecture? How many positive images are you using? How many negative? How many stages, what FAR, what TPR,...?
Brett

12 Feb 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Hetu:
The more difficult the detection—and the more similar positives are to negatives--the more training images (both positive and negative) you will need. To differentiate different types of cats, I would guess that you will need a lot of images. (Exactly how many is "a lot," I don't know. It will also depend on your target FAR and TPR.) I think it will make sense to use a bunch of lion and tiger images as negatives for training a leopard detector, and so on.

As for the live video integration...you can acquire video directly with our image acquisition tools, and apply the training ROI positioning frame by frame. There are some Computer Vision System Toolbox capabilities that could facilitate tracking to establish ROIs. I will have to leave incorporating them to you for the moment. But I did code for he ability to copy and paste ROIs. You could modify the code to programmatically copy/paste as you step through the frames.
Brett

12 Feb 2014 Hassan Javaid

I'm working on a hand detection project. I'm having problem using the Haar features, because whenever i use it it gives the error for insufficient memory. The error is as follows:

Error using ocvTrainCascade
Error in c:\temp\a3p1_2964_3232\win32\opencv\modules\core\src\alloc.cpp: Insufficient memory.

Error in trainCascadeObjectDetector (line 264)
ocvTrainCascade(filenameParams, trainerParams, cascadeParams, boostParams, ...

Error in CascadeTrainGUI/trainDetector (line 1965)
trainCascadeObjectDetector([CTS.SessionName '.xml'], ...

Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback

Please help me with this, thnx.

01 Feb 2014 Hetu Patel

hello sir ,
I have download R2013a. And also able to open this GUI app. Actually i am trying to make a detector to detect tigers and other animals from live input video stream.I am confuse actually because i tried so many times but can u give one example pls ??
And how can i join this with live video cam ?
kindly thank you.

30 Jan 2014 Brett Shoelson

Mostafa, if you don't know who your account manager is, please contact MathWorks at 508-4-647-7000. Tell them that you need to add a product to your license, and they can steer you in the right direction.
Cheers,
Brett

30 Jan 2014 Mostafa

Hello Mr. Shoelson,

I realized that my error appears because I do not have the Computer Vision System Toolbox installed on my Matlab version. I have the last version of Matlab (R2013b) but the trial one. Is there any way to install this missing toolbox?

Regards,

Mostafa

27 Jan 2014 Brett Shoelson

Mostafa, This appears to be a path issue. If you excute >> which CascadeTrainGUI, what do you get? MATLAB has to have access to the app at runtime. Is the parent directory on MATLAB's path?

http://www.mathworks.com/help/releases/R2013b/matlab/matlab_env/what-is-the-matlab-search-path.html

Brett

27 Jan 2014 Mostafa

I ran it from the Command Line.

25 Jan 2014 Brett Shoelson

Right, Mostafa. I know what a man-made object is. But I don't know what characteristic neccesarily differetntiates a "man-made object" from a natural one--in a computer vision senses. Or is it some aspect of color, or linearity that characterizes "man-made"? If you can't define that, I'm afraid you'll have little success creating a detector to find "man-made objects."

Regarding your second question: are you using CascadeTrainingGUI as an App, installed in--and run from--the App Toolbar? Or are you running from the Command Line? I'd like to understand better the nature of the error message you're getting. Sounds like a path issue to me, but I'm not sure (yet) why you're experiencing it.
Thanks,
Brett

24 Jan 2014 Mostafa

Hello Mr. Shoelson,

Thanks for your quick respond. What I meant by man made objects are the objects in natural scene like those images who were taken in the parks. Which have some objects like: a telecommunications cabinet, a bench, a chair, fence, etc. This is a one issue.

The other issue is how can I use the .mat file which is produced by training object tool (your tool)? I got this error when I trained the detector:

??? Undefined function or method 'trainCascadeObjectDetector' for input arguments of
type 'struct'.

Error in ==> CascadeTrainGUI>trainDetector at 1965
trainCascadeObjectDetector([CTS.SessionName '.xml'], ...

??? Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback

end of error.

Any suggestions!?

Thank you again for your patient!

24 Jan 2014 Brett Shoelson

@Mostafa,
Thanks for the rating. Unfortunately, I don't really have enough information from your description to steer you. What differentiates (in the image processing sense) a "man-made object" from a natural one? Sharp corners? Right angles? What kind of information do you have a priori about the objects that you're trying to detect?
Brett

24 Jan 2014 Mostafa

Hello Mr. Shoelson,

Thank you for sharing this great work! I'm working on detecting man made objects in the natural scene images such as (pavilion, pinch, cabinet, etc.) I should locate those objects and draw boxes around them. My question is: how to train the detector to make it ables to detect positive objects?

Also, as an expert in MATLAB, would you tell me if there is any other method can I use or modify to do this man made object detection?

Thank you in advance! I really appreciate any help from any expert person.

22 Jan 2014 Nelson Leon  
21 Jan 2014 diptimayee  
04 Dec 2013 Brett Shoelson

@zaafran: For face detection, you can use a pre-trained detector that ships with the vision.CascadeObjectDetector. (In fact, it's the default detector.) So no need to train your own. If that detector is inadequate for your needs, then there's no way around manual training, if you're working from a series of images. If there were, you wouldn't need to train anything. (And that's why I created this App; imagine how much _more_ tedious it would be without an app like this one!)

However, if you are working with a video stream, you may be able to implement some combination of detection and tracking to train the cascade detector. Read the doc for "Face Detection and Tracking Using the KLT Algorithm."

Good luck!
Brett

04 Dec 2013 zaafran

Hi Sir, I am working on face detection.. I have installed the app. Now i have to detect the trainer but it is very tedious to select the ROI for thousands of training images. can you plz tell me how to train the detector using coding... Thank you

03 Dec 2013 Niall  
28 Nov 2013 Mesis  
23 Nov 2013 Oscar  
05 Nov 2013 mustafa  
24 Oct 2013 Brett Shoelson

Hi Niall,
I added an "auto-ROI" button (with a CTRL-4 hotkey); please send me your address and I will send it to you directly. (You can CTRL-4 to add a full-frame ROI, then CTRL-N to go to the next image.) After you try it, if it meets your needs I will upload the new version to the File Exchange.
Thanks,
Brett

24 Oct 2013 Niall

Hi Brett,
Thanks for your reply.
Yes, in my case that would be extremely useful as I have a large database of images which are ROI's cropped out of larger images.(esp if you could select multiple images and apply that function simultaneously)
I used the term "crop' as, visually, the ROI selection is like a cropping act in photoshop, the question is basically though, is there a way to input a database/csv file which has ROI data for an array of images.
Many Thanks,
Niall

23 Oct 2013 Brett Shoelson

Hi Niall,
Yes, currently (at least), you have to manually specify each ROI. (Hence the need for this app! :) )

Based on your use case, I'm thinking of adding a single-button "Add full-frame-ROI" function. Do you think that would be useful?

Could you clarify your question about cropping ROIs for me? I'm not sure what you mean; there's no cropping whatsoever implemented in this app. (Though internal to the trainer, images are cropped to the bounding boxes of your ROIs. Is that what you mean?)

Thanks,
Brett

23 Oct 2013 Niall

Hi Brett,
I'm wondering about the ROI part, do I have to manually frame the ROI on each image I want to use in training?
I have hundreds of images that are actually entirely a ROI.
Also can ROI data be added any other way than using the "crop" function?
Thanks for the wonderful app, it will help me in my thesis.
Thanks,
Niall

22 Oct 2013 Brett Shoelson

Jonathan, that makes more sense. You shouldn't have to re-create your ROIs. However, I am unable to reproduce the error you're getting. I can load a session, add new images, specify new ROIs, and re-train. If you will send me your email address so I can reply directly, I will send you my current version of CascadeTrainGUI--so you can it and see if you're still getting an error.
Thanks,
Brett

22 Oct 2013 Jonathan

Hey Brett,

I understand that it would require retraining, but I would rather not have to go through a couple hundred images creating ROI's again when I am only trying to add a few more. The steps I take are:

1. Launch the CascadeTrainGUI
2. File->Load Session...
3. I select my previous session file and it loads the list of images and corresponding ROI's
4. Click "Add Images" button
5. Select Picture(s) that I want added to the existing list
6. Click the "Open" button on the dialog box
7. Receive Error

21 Oct 2013 Brett Shoelson

Hi Jonathan,
Thanks for the rating. I'm trying to understand and recreate what you're seeing, but I am unable to do so. Currently, there is no way to recommence training. Once a detector has been trained, there is no way to tweak it. If you add new images to improve detections, you have to retrain the detector from the beginning.
If you can give me reproduction steps, I'd like to try to figure this out.
Thanks,
Brett

21 Oct 2013 Jonathan

Hi Brett, thanks for creating this, I think its going to work for what I am trying to accomplish. I am getting an error though, I have a detector trained, but to make it more robust I am trying to add more positive images. When I go to the "Select Images/ROIs" tab and try to add a new image I am getting this error message in my command window:

"
Warning: The 'rows' input is not supported for cell array inputs.
> In cell.intersect>cellintersectR2012a at 246
In cell.intersect at 137
In CascadeTrainGUI>promptForImages at 1080
Error using char
Inputs must be character arrays.

Error in CascadeTrainGUI/promptForImages (line 1094)
tmpImageList = char(currList,newList);

Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback
"

This happens after I click "add Images", select an image file in the open file dialog box, and click the "open" button. Any suggestions?

21 Oct 2013 Brett Shoelson

Thanks for the rating, Valerio. You might try re-training with a lower per-stage false alarm rate, or a higher per-stage true positive rate (second tab). Otherwise, it's really hard to tell why your results aren't as good as you'd like them to be.

Generally, it's probably a good idea to have all ROIs within the training set have a fairly consistent aspect ratio. (So if you have some images of traffic lights that appear skewed, for instance, because they were captured from the side, it might be better to include those in a separate training session.

Also, 300 positive photos may not be too few to yield a really robust detector.

Regards,
Brett

07 Oct 2013 valerio

hi brett your work is great, it semplifies the part of my work.
but i've a problem with detector.
I'm designig, for a university exam, traffic light detector, so i've took 200 traffic control photo, and about 300 photo of non traffic light(street with car, country roads etc etc...) so i use your app following the next 3 step 1)select the positive image, 2)negative image and 3)run training... to check the detector, i chooose an image test and run detector, but now i've some problem.... are detected many other areas that do not coincide with the traffic light.

i'm woorking with 16megapixel image... what is the problem in detector?

PS:sorry for my english

22 Aug 2013 Usman

Hi Brett,
Thank you for your response.
It turns out that I didn't place a bounding box around one of my positives. I think that threw the entire program off. It's working beautifully now, though.

To answer your questions:
1) These errors usually pop up right when training is supposed to commence.
2)The training information saves each time

Cheers; the GUI is fantastic,

Usman

15 Aug 2013 Brett Shoelson

Usman, thanks for sharing this. Can you provide additional information? At what point does this happen? When you first press the "Train" button? Or some time after training has begun? Do you have reproduction steps? Can you reproduce it with a small subset of your images?

BTW, you should have the training information saved, and you should be able to reload the session, right?

Thanks,
Brett

15 Aug 2013 Usman

Hello, I'm trying to run an HOG trainer using ~1500 positives and ~5000 negatives with the standard parameters. The following errors pop up:

Error using trainCascadeObjectDetector > getTotalNumInstances

Error in trainCascadeObjectDetector>populateTrainCascadeParams

Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback

The trainer is unable to progress once these errors pop up. I would thoroughly appreciate it if someone could assist me in solving these errors and training my cascade classifier.

Thanks!

30 Jul 2013 Ali M

Thank you.

29 Jul 2013 Brett Shoelson

Ali, there are actually 3 features with which you can train the detector: HOG, HAAR, or LBP. I don't have enough experience creating detectors to tell you which will work best, and under what conditions. We chose HOG as the default, thinking that it would be a general-purpose feature, but I would recommend reading the references in the doc for trainCascadeObjectDetector for more insight.

"False positive rate" is an indication of the likelihood of falsely detecting an object; "false negative rate" indicates the likelihood of missing an object that really does exist.

In the training session, the OVERALL target true positive rate of the resulting detector is TPR^NumCascadeStages, where TPR is the per-stage true positive rate. Increasing this value may increase the number of correct detections, at the cost of increased training time. (Default: 0.995).

And:

The overall target false alarm rate of the resulting detector is FAR^NumCascadeStages, where FAR is the per-stage False Alarm Rate. Lower value
of FalseAlarmRate may result in fewer false detections, but in longer training and detection times. (Default: 0.5).

Once you've selected a detector--one you created, or one we supplied--you can tally the number of positives by querying the number of bounding boxes returned:

detector = vision.CascadeObjectDetector(detectorRequested);
bbox = step(detector, img); %detect object
nDetected = size(bbox,1);

This is done for you within CascadeTrainGUI!

HTH,
Brett

25 Jun 2013 Ali M

@Brett Shoelson
Sir, the detection is good now, but incrementing the false positive and decrementing the false negative, i have 3 question for you:
1) in each stage how many haar feature we use, and which best generally haar or hog?
2) what is really the false positive value and the false negative (i don't have a big experience in object detection and i am still learning)?
3) how i make a count function that return to me the number of object detected?
Thank You.

24 Jun 2013 Brett Shoelson

@Ali:
I'm sorry, Ali. I don't really know what your question is. Are you concerned because your results aren't as good as you'd like unless your images are similar in size to the negative images you used? (One thing that occurs to me immediately is that 60 positive images might be too few to expect or get really good results.)
Cheers,
Brett

21 Jun 2013 Ali M  
21 Jun 2013 Ali M

Hi all, i made a train of 60 positives images for pedestrian detection and 1000 negatives samples, the positive ones have variables width and height but the negatives have 64x128, and when i test an image, a good result is when i resize the tested image into 64x128
Number of stage: 5.
Negative sample factor: 2.
Per stage true positive value: 0.995.
Any help ?
Thank you

19 Apr 2013 Brett Shoelson

@rana:
Rana, can you tell me a bit about what you tried? Were you able to establish ROIs in all of the 15 face images? Did you get any helpful messages inside of CascadeTrainGUI when you pressed the 'Train Detector!' button? (BTW, that's an exceptionally small number of images--I wouldn't be too optimistic about the quality of the detector.)

18 Apr 2013 rana

while executing the gui and after loading 15 face images and 20 nonface images to train the system i obtained this error : 'Error using ocvTrainCascade
Error in generating samples for training. No samples could be generated for training
the first cascade stage.'

13 Mar 2013 Nicola Franzoso

Brett, all is fine and works !!
I'm a little bit tired but after a strong coffee all working fine.
Thank's

13 Mar 2013 Brett Shoelson

@Nicola:
Thanks, Nicola. I had hoped that using this would be pretty self-explanatory. Can you tell me a bit about what you're having trouble with? (If it's actually training a detector [second tab], note that you'll need to download and install R2013a, and have a license for Computer Vision System Toolbox, to do so.)

13 Mar 2013 Nicola Franzoso

Brett, this is good, but can you explain me how i have to use this tools from train cascade object ?
Very nice the pictures of baby

10 Mar 2013 Brett Shoelson

@Harsh:
I appreciate your comment, Harsh. (Especially the "superb work" part :) ). I call your attention to my note below; MATLAB R13a is live, and ready for download. I waited until that was true before posting this file.

And if your "how?" refers to "how did I get access to R13a" before it was officially released--I should point out that I work for MathWorks!

Download R13a and start training!

10 Mar 2013 Harsh Singh

getting errors while trying to train in R12a.....how can i modify code to get it running.....btw superb work.....but it was unfair to make it for R13a one month advance(how?)......disapointing!

08 Mar 2013 Brett Shoelson

PLEASE NOTE: Training a cascade detector in MATLAB requires R2013a (which is live today, and ready for download!). You can use this GUI in previous versions to specify ground truth and to apply pre-trained detectors...but you'll need R13a to train new ones!

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