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Fairest of Them All: Establishing a Strong Baseline for Cross-Domain Person ReID

  title={Fairest of Them All: Establishing a Strong Baseline for Cross-Domain Person ReID},
  author={Devinder Kumar and Parthipan Siva and Paul Marchwica and Alexander Wong},
Person re-identification (ReID) remains a very difficult challenge in computer vision, and critical for large-scale video surveillance scenarios where an individual could appear in different camera views at different times. [...] Key Method Furthermore, using lessons learned from the state-of-the-art supervised person re-identification methods, we establish a strong baseline method for cross-domain person ReID. Experiments show that a source domain composed of two of the largest person ReID domains (SYSU and…Expand
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