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Adaptive Discriminative Regularization for Visual Classification

  title={Adaptive Discriminative Regularization for Visual Classification},
  author={Qingsong Zhao and Yi Wang and Shuguang Dou and Chen Gong and Yin Wang and Cairong Zhao},
How to improve discriminative feature learning is central in classification. Existing works address this problem by explicitly increasing inter-class separability and intra-class similarity, whether by constructing positive and negative pairs for contrastive learning or posing tighter class separating margins. These methods do not exploit the similarity between different classes as they adhere to i.i.d. assumption in data. In this paper, we embrace the real-world data distribution setting that… 



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