An Iterative Oriented Kernel Algorithm for Region Proposal of an Illumination Algorithm for Robust Image Classification


An Iterative Oriented Kernel Algorithm for Region Proposal of an Illumination Algorithm for Robust Image Classification – In this paper we propose a novel technique for the identification of different regions from an image using sparse representations of its color and surface shape. It is performed by first constructing a vector of the color features via the convexity and distance measure of the embedding matrix, where the vector is used as a sparse representation of the color feature vector. The embedding matrix is the image shape vector. The color feature vectors are used to model the color features of the image. The embedding matrix is transformed into a sparse representation for the shape vector. Then the image’s identity is computed by learning a latent vector of the color features and then the identity vector is used to represent the identity of the image. The embedding matrix is learned by applying a novel sparse representation of the color feature vectors to the embedding matrix. We show that the embedding matrix can capture multiple semantic features of a color image and its boundaries within a vector of images, both independently obtained by the same algorithm.

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