Continual Learning of Object Instances

@article{Parshotam2020ContinualLO,
  title={Continual Learning of Object Instances},
  author={Kishan Parshotam and Mert Kilickaya},
  journal={2020 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops (CVPRW)},
  year={2020},
  pages={907-914}
}
We propose continual instance learning - a method that applies the concept of continual learning to the task of distinguishing instances of the same object category. We specifically focus on the car object, and incrementally learn to distinguish car instances from each other with metric learning. We begin our paper by evaluating current techniques. Establishing that catastrophic forgetting is evident in existing methods, we then propose two remedies. Firstly, we regularise metric learning via… Expand

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