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Deep learning has become a ubiquitous technology to improve machine intelligence. However, most of the existing deep models are structurally very complex, making them difficult to be deployed on the mobile platforms with limited computational power. In this paper, we propose a novel network compression method called dynamic network surgery, which can(More)
This paper presents incremental network quantization (INQ), a novel method, targeting to efficiently convert any pre-trained full-precision convolutional neural network (CNN) model into a low-precision version whose weights are constrained to be either powers of two or zero. Unlike existing methods which are struggled in noticeable accuracy loss, our INQ(More)
Almost all of the current top-performing object detection networks employ region proposals to guide the search for object instances. State-of-the-art region proposal methods usually need several thousand proposals to get high recall, thus hurting the detection efficiency. Although the latest Region Proposal Network method gets promising detection accuracy(More)
The Emotion Recognition in the Wild (EmotiW) Challenge has been held for three years. Previous winner teams primarily focus on designing specific deep neural networks or fusing diverse hand-crafted and deep convolutional features. They all neglect to explore the significance of the latent relations among changing features resulted from facial muscle(More)
In this paper, we present HoloNet, a well-designed Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) architecture regarding our submissions to the video based sub-challenge of the Emotion Recognition in the Wild (EmotiW) 2016 challenge. In contrast to previous related methods that usually adopt relatively simple and shallow neural network architectures to address emotion(More)
In this paper, a new face descriptor called spatial feature interdependence matrix (SFIM) is proposed for addressing representation of human faces under variations of illumination and facial expression. Unlike traditional face descriptors which usually use a hierarchically organized or a sequentially concatenated structure to describe the spatial(More)
A key issue in face recognition is to seek an effective descriptor for representing face appearance. In the context of considering the face image as a set of small facial regions, this paper presents a new face representation approach coined spatial feature interdependence matrix (SFIM). Unlike classical face descriptors which usually use a hierarchically(More)