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Multi-Level Attentive Convoluntional Neural Network for Crowd Counting

@article{Tian2021MultiLevelAC,
  title={Multi-Level Attentive Convoluntional Neural Network for Crowd Counting},
  author={Mengxiao Tian and Hao Guo and Chengjiang Long},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2105.11422}
}
Recently the crowd counting has received more and more attention. Especially the technology of high-density environment has become an important research content, and the relevant methods for the existence of extremely dense crowd are not optimal. In this paper, we propose a multi-level attentive Convolutional Neural Network (MLAttnCNN) for crowd counting. We extract high-level contextual information with multiple different scales applied in pooling, and use multilevel attention modules to… 

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