Corpus ID: 6303574

Matching neural paths: transfer from recognition to correspondence search

@article{Savinov2017MatchingNP,
  title={Matching neural paths: transfer from recognition to correspondence search},
  author={Nikolay Savinov and L. Ladicky and M. Pollefeys},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1705.08272}
}
  • Nikolay Savinov, L. Ladicky, M. Pollefeys
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Many machine learning tasks require finding per-part correspondences between objects. In this work we focus on low-level correspondences - a highly ambiguous matching problem. We propose to use a hierarchical semantic representation of the objects, coming from a convolutional neural network, to solve this ambiguity. Training it for low-level correspondence prediction directly might not be an option in some domains where the ground-truth correspondences are hard to obtain. We show how transfer… CONTINUE READING
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