Multi-class Open Set Recognition Using Probability of Inclusion

  title={Multi-class Open Set Recognition Using Probability of Inclusion},
  author={Lalit P. Jain and Walter J. Scheirer and Terrance E. Boult},
The perceived success of recent visual recognition approaches has largely been derived from their performance on classification tasks, where all possible classes are known at training time. But what about open set problems, where unknown classes appear at test time? Intuitively, if we could accurately model just the positive data for any known class without overfitting, we could reject the large set of unknown classes even under an assumption of incomplete class knowledge. In this paper, we… CONTINUE READING
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