Convex Optimization for Large Scale Multi-view Super-resolution


Convex Optimization for Large Scale Multi-view Super-resolution – Many recent methods using convolutional neural networks to solve optimization problems in an unsupervised manner based on random forests were shown to have good performance. In this paper, we study the performance of these state-of-the-art method on two large-scale benchmark benchmarks involving various supervised learning models: a novel dataset from the ROCA workshop (where a variety of algorithms, such as Genetic Algorithms, have been proposed) and a new dataset from the ILSVRC 2016 workshop on unsupervised learning.

This paper presents a detailed survey of the state-of-the-art in deep convolutional neural networks with convolutional layer, which provides a comprehensive overview into the design of the deep neural network architecture. This system has been designed with a set of basic and more elaborate operations, for which we propose a set of features derived from the visual properties that the network can recognize, i.e. the spatial resolution, the depth and the orientation in the 2D space, the segmentation and classification of images, and the representation of the object classes. The feature set is constructed from the CNN architecture; this system has been designed based on a convolutions over images and a neural network. The system has been trained on the RGBD images collected by our network and the full dataset of our U-Net object tracking system. The system has been compared with several state-of-the-art systems, including the CNN-MIMIC-U-Net, which is the best of the three.

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Convex Optimization for Large Scale Multi-view Super-resolution

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