Domain Adaptation for Pedestrian DCNN Detector toward a Specific Scene and an Embedded Platform

@inproceedings{Hammami2019DomainAF,
  title={Domain Adaptation for Pedestrian DCNN Detector toward a Specific Scene and an Embedded Platform},
  author={Nada Hammami and Ala Mhalla and Alexis Landrault},
  booktitle={VISIGRAPP},
  year={2019}
}
Nowadays, the analysis and the understanding of traffic scenes become a topic of great interest in several computer vision applications. Despite the presence of robust detection methods for multi-categories of objects, the performance of detectors will decrease when applied on a specific scene due to a number of constraints such as the different categories of objects, the recording time of the scene (rush hour, ordinary time), the type of traffic (simple, dense) and the type of transport… CONTINUE READING

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