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IJCV
2008
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10 years 4 months ago
Learning to Recognize Objects with Little Supervision
This paper shows (i) improvements over state-of-the-art local feature recognition systems, (ii) how to formulate principled models for automatic local feature selection in object c...
Peter Carbonetto, Gyuri Dorkó, Cordelia Sch...
IUI
2012
ACM
8 years 12 months ago
Towards recognizing "cool": can end users help computer vision recognize subjective attributes of objects in images?
Recent computer vision approaches are aimed at richer image interpretations that extend the standard recognition of objects in images (e.g., cars) to also recognize object attribu...
William Curran, Travis Moore, Todd Kulesza, Weng-K...
CVPR
2011
IEEE
10 years 25 days ago
Learning to Recognize Objects in Egocentric Activities
This paper addresses the problem of learning object models from egocentric video of household activities, using extremely weak supervision. For each activity sequence, we know onl...
Alireza Fathi, Xiaofeng Ren, James Rehg
ECCV
2008
Springer
11 years 6 months ago
Weakly Supervised Object Localization with Stable Segmentations
Multiple Instance Learning (MIL) provides a framework for training a discriminative classifier from data with ambiguous labels. This framework is well suited for the task of learni...
Carolina Galleguillos, Boris Babenko, Andrew Rabin...
CVPR
2006
IEEE
11 years 6 months ago
Learning Object Shape: From Drawings to Images
We consider the important challenge of recognizing a variety of deformable object classes in images. Of fundamental importance and particular difficulty in this setting is the pro...
Gal Elidan, Geremy Heitz, Daphne Koller
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