Low-Rank Determinantal Point Processes via L1-Gaussian Random Field Modeling and Conditional Random Fields


Low-Rank Determinantal Point Processes via L1-Gaussian Random Field Modeling and Conditional Random Fields – Concentrated optimization (CPO) is an optimization scheme that uses the objective function for solving a set of non-convex optimization problems, which is used widely in computer vision. Most CPO algorithms are computationally expensive using a greedy strategy but that is no longer the case in many real-world applications. In this paper, we propose a new method to learn a CPO algorithm from visual search data using a multi-task learning algorithm inspired by the multi-level visual search algorithm. We propose training multi-task learning algorithms, such as the Multi-Task Learning-based CPO algorithm, to learn this algorithm to solve some complex problems. Our experiments on a real-world image database demonstrate that our new algorithm produces similar or better performance when compared to recent multi-task learning algorithms.

Many computer vision tasks involve segmentation and analysis, both important aspects of the task at hand. We present a novel approach to automatic segmentation of facial features from face images. Our method is simple and fast, and works well when trained in supervised (i.e., on the face image from the training set) or unlabeled (i.e., on the face images from the unlabeled set). To learn a discriminative model for a particular task, we first train a discriminative model for each face image in order to extract a global discriminative representation from the face images. Our system is evaluated on a set of datasets from a large-scale multi-view face recognition system. The results indicate that the discriminative model learned by our method consistently outperforms the unlabeled models with respect to a variety of segmentation and analysis tasks. Our system is able to recognize faces with low or no annotation cost.

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Low-Rank Determinantal Point Processes via L1-Gaussian Random Field Modeling and Conditional Random Fields

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