Deep Learning Guided SVM for Video Classification


Deep Learning Guided SVM for Video Classification – We present an algorithm that can extract 3D images based on depth maps, such that the pixel classifier can more accurately detect the full image. In this paper, we provide a practical solution to improve the performance of depth maps over existing state-of-the-art methods. Our deep method builds on a state-of-the-art deep convolutional neural network and a depth map projection model. The convolutional layer outputs a set of depth maps projected over the input image to produce the 3D object of the target object. In this way, the training data from a depth map is converted into the depth map projections. With our deep convolutional network, we can effectively use convolutional activations to capture the full depth map. Experiments are performed on various challenging image classification datasets and the proposed deep method outperforms previous state-of-the-art techniques on various objective functions.

Visual captioning can be seen as a social problem and the goal is to provide the captioning user with a knowledge about the captioning process. The main challenge here lies in obtaining the knowledge of the captioning process and how to apply it to the problem at hand. Here, in particular, we present a new framework to automatically extract knowledge from the captioning process. In addition to learning from previous knowledge, and to extract relevant information from the caption, we also propose a new technique to extract a semantic relation in the captioning process. We describe the process and demonstrate several interesting results.

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Deep Learning Guided SVM for Video Classification

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