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People Identification with Limited Labels in Privacy-Protected Video

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People Identification with Limited Labels in Privacy-Protected Video
People identification is an essential task for video content analysis in a surveillance system. A good classifier, however, requires a large amount of training data, which may not be obtained in some scenario. In this paper, we propose an approach to augment insufficient training data with pairwise constraints that can be offered from video images that have removed people's identities by masking faces. We show user study results that human subjects can perform reasonably well in labeling pairwise constraints from face masked images. We also present a new discriminative learning algorithm WPKLR to handle uncertainties in pairwise constraints. The effectiveness of the proposed approach is demonstrated using video captured from a nursing home environment. The new method provides a way to obtain high accuracy of people identification from limited labeled data with noisy pairwise constraints, and meanwhile minimize the risk of exposing people's identities.
Yi Chang, Rong Yan, Datong Chen, Jie Yang
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ICMCS
Authors Yi Chang, Rong Yan, Datong Chen, Jie Yang
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