R-CNN minus R

@inproceedings{Lenc2015RCNNMR,
  title={R-CNN minus R},
  author={Karel Lenc and Andrea Vedaldi},
  booktitle={BMVC},
  year={2015}
}
Deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) have had a major impact in most areas of image understanding, including object category detection. [] Key Method We do so by designing and evaluating a detector that uses a trivial region generation scheme, constant for each image. Combined with SPP, this results in an excellent and fast detector that does not require to process an image with algorithms other than the CNN itself. We also streamline and simplify the training of CNN-based detectors by integrating…

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