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We develop a scalable deep non-parametric generative model by augmenting deep Gaussian processes with a recognition model. Inference is performed in a novel scalable variational framework where the variational posterior distributions are reparametrized through a multilayer perceptron. The key aspect of this reformulation is that it prevents the(More)
The popularity of Bayesian optimization methods for efficient exploration of parameter spaces has lead to a series of papers applying Gaussian processes as surrogates in the optimization of functions. However, most proposed approaches only allow the exploration of the parameter space to occur sequentially. Often, it is desirable to simultaneously propose(More)
We define Recurrent Gaussian Processes (RGP) models, a general family of Bayesian nonparametric models with recurrent GP priors which are able to learn dynamical patterns from sequential data. Similar to Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs), RGPs can have different formulations for their internal states, distinct inference methods and be extended with deep(More)
In this work, we present an extension of Gaussian process (GP) models with sophisticated parallelization and GPU acceleration. The parallelization scheme arises naturally from the modular computational structure w.r.t. datapoints in the sparse Gaussian process formulation. Additionally, the computational bottleneck is implemented with GPU acceleration for(More)
This paper addresses the problem of estimating the poses of a reference plane in specular shape recovery. Unlike existing methods which require an extra mirror or an extra reference plane and camera, our proposed method recovers the poses of the reference plane directly from its reflections on the specular surface. By establishing reflection correspondences(More)
This paper addresses the problem of specular surface recovery, and proposes a novel solution based on observing the reflections of a translating planar pattern. Previous works have demonstrated that a specular surface can be recovered from the reflections of two calibrated planar patterns. In this paper, however, only one reference planar pattern is assumed(More)
We study unsupervised learning of occluding objects in images of visual scenes. The derived learning algorithm is based on a probabilistic generative model which parameterizes object shapes, object features and the background. No assumptions are made for the object orders in depth or the objects' planar positions. Parameter optimization is thus subject to(More)