Ali Zarghami

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While recent supervised dictionary learning methods have attained promising results on the classification tasks, their performance depends on the availability of the large labeled datasets. However, in many real world applications, accessing to sufficient labeled data may be expensive and/or time consuming, but its relatively easy to acquire a large amount(More)
—A Bayesian framework for 3D human pose estimation from monocular images based on sparse representation (SR) is introduced. Our probabilistic approach aims at simultaneously learning two overcomplete dictionaries (one for the visual input space and the other for the pose space) with a shared sparse representation. Existing SR-based pose estimation(More)
In many real-world applications (e.g. social media application), data usually consists of diverse input modalities that originates from various heterogeneous sources. Learning a similarity measure for such data is of great importance for vast number of applications such as classification, clustering, retrieval, etc. Defining an appropriate distance metric(More)
Distance metric learning is a powerful approach to deal with the clustering problem with side information. For semi-supervised clustering, usually a set of pairwise similarity and dissimilarity constraints is provided as supervisory information. Although some of the existing methods can use both equivalence (similarity) and inequivalence (dissimilarity)(More)
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