Generative versus discriminative methods for object recognition

@article{Ulusoy2005GenerativeVD,
  title={Generative versus discriminative methods for object recognition},
  author={Ilkay Ulusoy and Christopher M. Bishop},
  journal={2005 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR'05)},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={258-265 vol. 2}
}
Many approaches to object recognition are founded on probability theory, and can be broadly characterized as either generative or discriminative according to whether or not the distribution of the image features is modelled. Generative and discriminative methods have very different characteristics, as well as complementary strengths and weaknesses. In this paper we introduce new generative and discriminative models for object detection and classification based on weakly labelled training data… CONTINUE READING
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