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Correlation filters for visual object tracking in visible imagery has been well-studied. Most of the correlation-filterbased methods use either raw image intensities or feature maps of gradient orientations or color channels. However, well-known features designed for visible spectrum may not be ideal for infrared object tracking, since infrared and visible(More)
In this study, we address the problem of infrared (IR) object classification that divides the object appearance space hierarchically with a binary decision tree structure. Binary decisions are made by using the special features of the object appearances. These features are extracted using a fully connected deep neural network learnt by training samples. At(More)
In this work, we focus on the problem of infrared (IR) object classification by dividing the object appearance space hierarchically with a binary decision tree structure. Specially designed features of the object appearances make the binary decisions at each node of the tree. These features are extracted using a fully connected deep neural network. At each(More)
Dense word embeddings, which encode semantic meanings of words to low dimensional vector spaces have become very popular in natural language processing (NLP) research due to their state-of-the-art performances in many NLP tasks. Word embeddings are substantially successful in capturing semantic relations among words, so a meaningful semantic structure must(More)
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