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Part-Guided Attention Learning for Vehicle Re-Identification

@article{Zhang2019PartGuidedAL,
  title={Part-Guided Attention Learning for Vehicle Re-Identification},
  author={Xinyu Zhang and Rufeng Zhang and Jiewei Cao and Dong Gong and Mingyu You and Chunhua Shen},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1909.06023}
}
Vehicle re-identification (Re-ID) often requires one to recognize the fine-grained visual differences between vehicles. [] Key Method PGAN first detects the locations of different part components and salient regions regardless of the vehicle identity, which serve as the bottom-up attention to narrow down the possible searching regions.

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