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PIT: Position-Invariant Transform for Cross-FoV Domain Adaptation

@article{Gu2021PITPT,
  title={PIT: Position-Invariant Transform for Cross-FoV Domain Adaptation},
  author={Qiqi Gu and Qianyu Zhou and Minghao Xu and Zhengyang Feng and Guangliang Cheng and Xuequan Lu and Jianping Shi and Lizhuang Ma},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.07142}
}
Cross-domain object detection and semantic segmentation have witnessed impressive progress recently. Existing approaches mainly consider the domain shift resulting from external environments including the changes of background, illumination or weather, while distinct camera intrinsic parameters appear commonly in different domains and their influence for domain adaptation has been very rarely explored. In this paper, we observe that the Field of View (FoV) gap induces noticeable instance… Expand
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