A Novel Concept Space: Towards Understanding the Emergence of Fusion of Visual Concepts in Video


A Novel Concept Space: Towards Understanding the Emergence of Fusion of Visual Concepts in Video – The task of semantic segmentation is well-posed, and in the past decade it has been successfully used by most state-of-the-art methods. Here, we firstly propose a novel method of automatic segmentation that extends current segmentation-based approaches and aims at achieving good results. A new approach is developed to achieve good results even if the segmentation distance is not as good as the distance between two segmented regions. The proposed method is tested to determine the segmentation distance and the similarity between different segmented regions. A thorough analysis of the data and the results shows that for each region, the segmentation distance is as good as the distance between two segments.

We present an adaptive sparse coding of neural networks to classify complex objects. With adaptive sparse coding, neurons in the input layer are connected to the global network of synaptic weights. In this way, if the network can be modelled on a given model, an adaptive coding system can be developed, based on such a network. We show that this adaptive coding scheme is more efficient than the model-based one by approximately solving the problem of learning sparse coding in a non-linear fashion. In particular, for an adaptive sparse coding system, an adaptive coding neural network can be trained using recurrent neural networks, without using any prior information on the current model.

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A Novel Concept Space: Towards Understanding the Emergence of Fusion of Visual Concepts in Video

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