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.

Learning effective feature representations is one of the primary challenges in this field of learning visual feature representations for medical domains. In this paper, we propose a new deep learning approach for image classification in the context of feature learning. Our deep learning based approach works on the CNN network to classify images based on the features extracted from the images and then use these features for classification. To train CNNs, we use a fully convolutional-coherent architecture. We use the ConvNet architecture to perform the classification in three different settings: for the first setting we use a single ConvNet or a new convolutional-coherent architecture. In order to increase classification accuracy, we use three different kinds of convolutional-coherent architecture, the Fully Convolutional, Normalized and Normalized and propose a semi-supervised approach for classifying images using the CNNs. Experimental evaluation on four ImageNet benchmark datasets shows that our approach has superior performance compared to traditional method for classification accuracy and classification speed.

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Convex Optimization for Large Scale Multi-view Super-resolution

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    SVDD: Single-view Video Dense Deformation Variation Based on Histogram and Line FilteringLearning effective feature representations is one of the primary challenges in this field of learning visual feature representations for medical domains. In this paper, we propose a new deep learning approach for image classification in the context of feature learning. Our deep learning based approach works on the CNN network to classify images based on the features extracted from the images and then use these features for classification. To train CNNs, we use a fully convolutional-coherent architecture. We use the ConvNet architecture to perform the classification in three different settings: for the first setting we use a single ConvNet or a new convolutional-coherent architecture. In order to increase classification accuracy, we use three different kinds of convolutional-coherent architecture, the Fully Convolutional, Normalized and Normalized and propose a semi-supervised approach for classifying images using the CNNs. Experimental evaluation on four ImageNet benchmark datasets shows that our approach has superior performance compared to traditional method for classification accuracy and classification speed.


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