A Deep Recurrent Convolutional Neural Network for Texture Recognition


A Deep Recurrent Convolutional Neural Network for Texture Recognition – We present a novel method to extract the features of a 3D model by using an attention mechanism as a key feature extraction strategy. The main idea is to use a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) to extract the features from the 3D models. This can lead to a deep learning algorithm which extracts the features from the model by convolving them into a set of small features. However, the model output is limited to be able to distinguish objects, thus limiting the ability to learn a discriminative feature for a particular object object. We apply our method to the problem of texture recognition in 3D videos, where the features of a model are extracted using an attention mechanism and their labels can be used as the label of the feature extracted. This allows us to learn a discriminative representation of the feature extraction target. Experiments of our model show that our method generalizes well to non-stationary 3D videos and it can be used to extract features of model. Experimental results are shown on a new dataset of 8,521 voluminous videos that we created for the purpose of the dataset.

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