Context models and out-of-context objects

@article{Choi2012ContextMA,
  title={Context models and out-of-context objects},
  author={Myung Jin Choi and Antonio Torralba and Alan S. Willsky},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={33},
  pages={853-862}
}
Highlights? Review of different sources of contextual information for object detection. ? New context model based on capturing support relationships and co-occurrences among objects. ? Evaluation of several context models on the SUN database. ? Introduction of a benchmark for detecting out-of-context objects. The context of an image encapsulates rich information about how natural scenes and objects are related to each other. Such contextual information has the potential to enable a coherent… CONTINUE READING
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