Food-101 - Mining Discriminative Components with Random Forests

@inproceedings{Bossard2014Food101M,
  title={Food-101 - Mining Discriminative Components with Random Forests},
  author={Lukas Bossard and Matthieu Guillaumin and Luc Van Gool},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2014}
}
In this paper we address the problem of automatically recognizing pictured dishes. [] Key Result On the challenging mit-Indoor dataset, our method compares nicely to other s-o-a component-based classification methods.

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