Feb. 5, 2024, 8:10 p.m. | Zhaoyu Chen Zhengyang Shan Jingwen Chang Kaixun Jiang Dingkang Yang Yiting Cheng Wenqiang Zhang

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Semantic segmentation is a fundamental visual task that finds extensive deployment in applications with security-sensitive considerations. Nonetheless, recent work illustrates the adversarial vulnerability of semantic segmentation models to white-box attacks. However, its adversarial robustness against black-box attacks has not been fully explored. In this paper, we present the first exploration of black-box decision-based attacks on semantic segmentation. First, we analyze the challenges that semantic segmentation brings to decision-based attacks through the case study. Then, to address these challenges, we first …

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