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Adapting Object Recognition across Domains: A Demonstration

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Adapting Object Recognition across Domains: A Demonstration
High-level vision systems use object, scene or domain specific knowledge to interpret images. Unfortunately, this knowledge has to be acquired for every domain. This makes it difficult to port systems from one domain to another, and therefore to compare them. Recently, the authors of the ADORE system have claimed that object recognition can be modeled as a Markov decision process, and that domain-specific control strategies can be inferred automatically from training data. In this paper we demonstrate the generality of this approach by porting ADORE to a new domain, where it controls an object recognition system that previously relied on a semantic network.
Bruce A. Draper, Ulrike Ahlrichs, Dietrich Paulus
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where ICVS
Authors Bruce A. Draper, Ulrike Ahlrichs, Dietrich Paulus
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