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Speeded-up and Compact Visual Codebook for Object Recognition

@inproceedings{Ramanan2013SpeededupAC,
  title={Speeded-up and Compact Visual Codebook for Object Recognition},
  author={Amirthalingam Ramanan and Sinnathamby Mahesan and U. A. J. Pinidiyaarachchi},
  year={2013}
}
The well known framework in the object recognition literature uses local information extracted at several patches in images which are then clustered by a suitable clustering technique. A visual codebook maps the patch-based descriptors into a fixed-length vector in histogram space to which standard classifiers can be directly applied. Thus, the construction of a codebook is an important step which is usually done by cluster analysis. However, it is still difficult to construct a compact… 

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