Visual Graphs from Motion (VGfM): Scene understanding with object geometry reasoning

@inproceedings{Gay2018VisualGF,
  title={Visual Graphs from Motion (VGfM): Scene understanding with object geometry reasoning},
  author={P. Gay and Stuart James and A. D. Bue},
  booktitle={ACCV},
  year={2018}
}
Recent approaches on visual scene understanding attempt to build a scene graph -- a computational representation of objects and their pairwise relationships. [...] Key Method Such compelling representation is obtained using a new model where geometric and visual features are merged using an RNN framework. We report results on a dataset we created for the task of 3D scene graph generation in multiple views.Expand
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