Learning to Detect Small Signs from Large Images


Learning to Detect Small Signs from Large Images – Automated localization systems are among the most important tools for recognizing image objects in video. Recent work has demonstrated that machine-generated images can be used to train a classifier of object detection methods. In this work, we are interested in learning to associate the features of a object to its position, which we also refer to as the camera position. We exploit a deep recurrent network for image training that learns this joint representation using the input features of the network for this purpose. Experiments on the MNIST dataset show that the proposed method outperforms the state of the art methods in several image detection tasks.

Concordance detection on a large-scale data sets (i.e., large-scale text) is an important task. In this paper, we propose a novel method for concordance detection in text on large-scale text. We show that using multiple annotated texts and annotated examples to infer consensus results is computationally faster. However, the proposed method significantly exceeds the performance of existing work on concordance detection on a large-scale text dataset. To avoid the need to annotate large-scale text for prediction, and more importantly, avoid high-level annotations, we devise an efficient algorithm which simultaneously infer consensus results and annotate the entire text. We evaluate the proposed approach by performing extensive experiments on several large-scale data sets. In particular, we demonstrate the superior performance in terms of accurate identification of consensus results by using only annotated examples and annotated examples to construct the consensus trees.

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    Learning to Communicate with Unusual Object DescriptionsConcordance detection on a large-scale data sets (i.e., large-scale text) is an important task. In this paper, we propose a novel method for concordance detection in text on large-scale text. We show that using multiple annotated texts and annotated examples to infer consensus results is computationally faster. However, the proposed method significantly exceeds the performance of existing work on concordance detection on a large-scale text dataset. To avoid the need to annotate large-scale text for prediction, and more importantly, avoid high-level annotations, we devise an efficient algorithm which simultaneously infer consensus results and annotate the entire text. We evaluate the proposed approach by performing extensive experiments on several large-scale data sets. In particular, we demonstrate the superior performance in terms of accurate identification of consensus results by using only annotated examples and annotated examples to construct the consensus trees.


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