Interactive Object Counting

@inproceedings{Arteta2014InteractiveOC,
  title={Interactive Object Counting},
  author={Carlos Arteta and Victor S. Lempitsky and J. Alison Noble and Andrew Zisserman},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2014}
}
Our objective is to count (and localize) object instances in an image interactively. We target the regime where individual object detectors do not work reliably due to crowding, or overlap, or size of the instances, and take the approach of estimating an object density. Our main contribution is an interactive counting system, along with solutions for its main components. Thus, we develop a feature vocabulary that can be efficiently learnt on-the-fly as a user provides dot annotations – this… CONTINUE READING
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