Multilabel Classification using K-shot Digestion


Multilabel Classification using K-shot Digestion – A non-parametric model is computed within a learning-based framework based on the Bayesian nonparametric algorithm. This is based on an efficient search tree model based on an efficient multilabel clustering algorithm. The approach is developed using the model’s nonparametric feature set to obtain non-parametric features that are used to compute classification results for this application. The proposed method is applied to two databases (SciMIL 2016 and CIFAR-10) and the results show that: (1) classification accuracy can be improved by using the model’s nonparametric feature set; (2) the clustering results obtained in SciMIL 2016 and CIFAR-10 are comparable to other literature; (3) classification accuracy and clustering performance of the supervised classification algorithm is comparable to other literature.

In previous approaches, image-guided semantic segmentation (e.g., FERET and RASCAL-2011) relies on the prior knowledge of the image. We propose a novel approach to extract relevant semantic information from the image. The objective function is to learn the information from the semantic domain, in terms of a latent variable, and to estimate the posterior of the semantic part of the image and present such posterior with high accuracy. We propose the idea of nonlinear estimation, in which the semantic part of each image is estimated from the input image into a latent space, where the probability of obtaining the data is proportional to the posterior. We validate the idea on various benchmarks, including MNIST, CIFAR-10, ImageNet, and SVHN, and show that our proposed method outperforms the rest of the proposed algorithms.

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Multilabel Classification using K-shot Digestion

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