Multi-Modal Feature Extraction for Visual Description of Vehicles: A Comprehensive Challenge Task


Multi-Modal Feature Extraction for Visual Description of Vehicles: A Comprehensive Challenge Task – This paper presents a novel method for annotating visual descriptions using semantic similarity metrics (STMEs). Most existing methods for annotating visual descriptions in general need a single metric for each visual description. In particular, in real world applications, there is a need to annotate video sequences, where it is desirable to have a metric to track the similarities between visual descriptions. In this work, we propose a novel method we call Multi-Metric Multi-Partitioning (MMI) to annotate both visual and visual description sequences. Our MMI method uses a feature space to embed a vector into a subspace space, and performs a ranking of the vector vector. For instance, given a scene description, the visual description vector has a similar visual description to the video. However, the MMI method does not require learning the feature space, and it can be trained by a single, fully-connected metric. Using MMI trained on the visual description vector, we obtain state-of-the-art results in both human evaluation and benchmark datasets for annotating visual descriptions in both video sequences and real-world applications.

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Multi-Modal Feature Extraction for Visual Description of Vehicles: A Comprehensive Challenge Task

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