mCENTRIST: A Multi-Channel Feature Generation Mechanism for Scene Categorization

@article{Xiao2014mCENTRISTAM,
  title={mCENTRIST: A Multi-Channel Feature Generation Mechanism for Scene Categorization},
  author={Yang Xiao and Jianxin Wu and Junsong Yuan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={823-836}
}
mCENTRIST, a new multichannel feature generation mechanism for recognizing scene categories, is proposed in this paper. mCENTRIST explicitly captures the image properties that are encoded jointly by two image channels, which is different from popular multichannel descriptors. In order to avoid the curse of dimensionality, tradeoffs at both feature and channel levels have been executed to make mCENTRIST computationally practical. As a result, mCENTRIST is both efficient and easy to implement. In… CONTINUE READING
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