Video Compression with Low Rank Tensor: A Survey


Video Compression with Low Rank Tensor: A Survey – This paper investigates the possibility of improving the learning of recurrent neural networks by using convolutional neural networks to improve the learning of the visual sequence. Recent results on object classification have shown that object recognizers have considerable ability to discover the object category. However, these recognition models suffer from a poor representation and they do not support the learning task. In this paper, we propose to embed the object categories into a convolutional neural network for training recurrent neural network models. In particular, we embed a discriminator based approach into the convolutional neural network to encode the contextual labels in the network. Our method provides a large set of discriminators that can be learned to model object category. Experimental results on the ImageNet dataset show that the method works better than other baselines in terms of accuracy and learning rate.

We propose an unsupervised method to learn a classifier by performing inference on a small number of labeled instances. The inference task consists of solving a sequence-to-sequence problem, which requires multiple instances to learn to be related. We propose a deep learning approach, named as a ConvNet, that does not model a fixed feature representation, and which is not limited to a fixed feature representation. Our key contribution is to learn a new feature representation by maximizing the posterior distribution. We show that our approach can learn to predict meaningful joint distributions, and that a large number of labeled instances can be used to train the network to predict the corresponding joint distributions. Experimental results on real-world datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of our method.

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Video Compression with Low Rank Tensor: A Survey

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