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Contour-Based Learning for Object Detection

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Contour-Based Learning for Object Detection
We present a novel categorical object detection scheme that uses only local contour-based features. A two-stage, partially supervised learning architecture is proposed: a rudimentary detector is learned from a very small set of segmented images and applied to a larger training set of unsegmented images; the second stage bootstraps these detections to learn an improved classifier while explicitly training against clutter. The detectors are learned with a boosting algorithm which creates a location-sensitive classifier using a discriminative set of features from a randomly chosen dictionary of contour fragments. We present results that are very competitive with other state-of-the-art object detection schemes and show robustness to object articulations, clutter, and occlusion. Our major contributions are the application of boosted local contour-based features for object detection in a partially supervised learning framework, and an efficient new boosting procedure for simultaneously s...
Jamie Shotton, Andrew Blake, Roberto Cipolla
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICCV
Authors Jamie Shotton, Andrew Blake, Roberto Cipolla
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