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Extracting Subimages of an Unknown Category from a Set of Images

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Extracting Subimages of an Unknown Category from a Set of Images
Suppose a set of images contains frequent occurrences of objects from an unknown category. This paper is aimed at simultaneously solving the following related problems: (1) unsupervised identification of photometric, geometric, and topological (mutual containment) properties of multiscale regions defining objects in the category; (2) learning a region-based structural model of the category in terms of these properties from a set of training images; and (3) segmentation and recognition of objects from the category in new images. To this end, each image is represented by a tree that captures a multiscale image segmentation. The trees are matched to find the maximally matching subtrees across the set, the existence of which is itself viewed as evidence that a category is indeed present. The matched subtrees are fused into a canonical tree, which represents the learned model of the category. Recognition of objects in a new image and image segmentation delineating all object parts are achi...
Sinisa Todorovic, Narendra Ahuja
Added 12 Oct 2009
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CVPR
Authors Sinisa Todorovic, Narendra Ahuja
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