Fast and Accurate Semantic Matching on the Segmented Skeleton with Partially-Latent Stochastic Block Models


Fast and Accurate Semantic Matching on the Segmented Skeleton with Partially-Latent Stochastic Block Models – We consider the problem of segmentation from a large-scale collection of labeled images. While the majority of existing works have explicitly applied deep learning to image segmentation, little has been learned about how it operates in real-world scenarios. In this paper, we explore this problem in the context of image classification on both synthetic benchmark datasets and real-world datasets, where we propose a novel unsupervised classification algorithm, which can automatically learn segmentations from a large-scale collection of labeled images. We demonstrate its effectiveness in a challenging classification problem where the number of labeled videos is huge, and our model is trained on a collection of labeled faces of 10,000 videos. Furthermore, we show that the proposed algorithm can automatically segment a large dataset of labeled videos and find the best segmentation solution in a real-time, real-time problem.

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Fast and Accurate Semantic Matching on the Segmented Skeleton with Partially-Latent Stochastic Block Models

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