• Computer Science
  • Published 2019

Differentiable Scene Graphs

@inproceedings{Raboh2019DifferentiableSG,
  title={Differentiable Scene Graphs},
  author={Moshiko Raboh and Roei Herzig and Gal Chechik and Jonathan Berant and Amir Globerson},
  year={2019}
}
Understanding the semantics of complex visual scenes involves perception of entities and reasoning about their relations. Scene graphs provide a natural representation for these tasks, by assigning labels to both entities (nodes) and relations (edges). However, scene graphs are not commonly used as intermediate components in visual reasoning systems, for two complementary reasons. First, training models to map images to scene graphs requires prohibitive manual annotation, and results in graphs… CONTINUE READING

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