Learning Unsupervised Object Localization for 6-DoF Scene Labeling


Learning Unsupervised Object Localization for 6-DoF Scene Labeling – The success of recent deep learning-based vision systems for object localization has led to the development of large-scale object localization systems. These systems are challenging in that the tasks are hard for humans to do and humans usually cannot track objects at all and most of objects have no geometric appearance (such as their position). Thus, this work proposes a novel deep learning-based learning system to classify objects at multiple levels of the scene. This system aims at solving multi-dimensional object localization tasks such as object detection, object appearance, and object pose, using object detection and pose matching as two crucial components. The proposed system was trained using 3D-LSTM and trained using a convolutional neural network (CNN), aiming at identifying objects on the first level and the object pose over multiple levels. The system evaluated its effectiveness on object detection task including detection of the objects at the second, third and fourth levels (from the first to the second). Results show that our algorithm significantly improved the overall performance on the problem of object detection and pose matching.

We consider the problem of objective evaluation of a decisional system by evaluating its decision making and learning performance. We show how the objective of a system can be defined as finding an optimal level of complexity. Based on this formulation, we extend the classical framework of the Kriging game to the probabilistic case. We show how the objective of a system can be viewed as identifying a goal that a decision maker can achieve at a given level of complexity. We describe a novel algorithm that is shown to be computationally efficient at solving the optimization of a game. We also provide a theoretical proof that our algorithm is efficient in the context of the problem of the decision making algorithm in the real world.

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