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Topics Discussed in This Paper. Showing of 30 references. We justify that the traditional histogram representation and the spatial pyramid matching are special cases of our hierarchical Gaussianization. Gang Hua Stevens Institute of Technology.
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Finally, we employ a supervised dimension reduction technique called DAP discriminant attribute projection to remove noise classificaion and to further enhance the classifiation power of our representation. First, we model the feature vectors, from the whole corpus, from each image and at each individual patch, in a Bayesian hierarchical framework using mixtures of Gaussians.
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Hierarchical Gaussianization for image classification
Beyond Bags of Features: After such a hierarchical Gaussianization, each image is represented by a Gaussian mixture model GMM for its appearance, and several Gaussian maps for its spatial layout.
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Citation Statistics Citations 0 10 20 ’11 ’13 ’15 ‘ Learning representative and discriminative image representation by deep appearance and spatial coding. Are you looking for We compare our new representation with other approaches in scene classification, object recognition and face recognition, and our performance ranks among the top in all three tasks. Computer vision Mixture model Dimensionality reduction. VeenmanArnold W. Cited Source Add To Collection.
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Cited 40 Source Add To Collection. Caltech object category dataset. Classificatiin such a hierarchical Gaussianization, each image is represented by a Gaussian mixture model GMM for its appearance, and several Gaussian maps for its spatial layout.
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