Image packages were split into training, validation, and testing data sets in a 5:1:1 ratio, respectively. The model was trained based on noisy student [18] pretrained weight and optimized using an AdamW optimizer [19]. The model was trained 3 times with different combinations of training and validation data sets. We also tested different parameters including learning rates of 1e-4, 1e-5, and 5e-5, and batch sizes of 8, 12, and 16. Subsequently, the model with the best performance in the training and validation data sets was selected and evaluated in the testing data set (Multimedia Appendices 1 and 2). The learning rate and batch size were set as 5e-5 and 16, respectively. Data preprocessing and the training and evaluation of the model were completed on a NVIDIA DGX-1 server with the Ubuntu 18.04 operating system. Image preprocessing, including conversion, augmentation, and assembly, was conducted using ImageMagick 7.0.10 [20]. Images were evaluated and cropped using Mmdetection 1.0.0 [21] and Pytorch 1.4.0 [22], and the bounding box was labeled using CocoAnnotator [23]. Tensorflow 2.2 [24] was used as the framework to train and evaluate the deep learning model.

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