Neural Architectures of Visual Attention


Neural Architectures of Visual Attention – We present Deep Attention, a computer vision framework for learning visual attention in deep visual attention systems. Our model learns to focus attention on salient objects and to make predictions to make them more relevant to the user’s attention system. Specifically, we use convolutional neural networks to learn to process two inputs at the same time for a given target object. The outputs learned by these network models are then used to model the object’s location and orientation. Experiments show that our model is capable of learning visual attention models that capture visual attention, and achieves state-of-the-art performance when compared to the state of the art models. It is evaluated on a large-scale benchmark, and compares to several state-of-the-art models. Our network models achieve a large improvement in the recognition accuracy over the state-of-the-art models, and we report an improvement for recognition accuracy on a set of challenging visual object recognition benchmarks.

The state-of-the-art approach of deep learning for semantic segmentation has generally focused on segmenting the semantic images through a distance metric, which is only used for training the final image classifier. However, it does not fully leverage the advantages that deep learning is able to learn the metric, which is a new task for this setting. We propose a new model, Deep Learning for Natural Images: A Deep CNN, that learns to learn the metric from the label space and adaptively uses the data that is available in each context. We show here that our model learns the metric from an unsupervised image of the task where the image is very similar to the input image. The performance of our model is significantly improved with only 4% less training data, which was very competitive with a CNN that we used recently. Finally, we conduct preliminary experiments on two datasets of 2K labeled human hand hand objects. The results show that our model successfully segment the task of hand object segmentation from 2K images and achieves competitive results with a CNN-trained model.

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    Fast-Aware Video MatchingThe state-of-the-art approach of deep learning for semantic segmentation has generally focused on segmenting the semantic images through a distance metric, which is only used for training the final image classifier. However, it does not fully leverage the advantages that deep learning is able to learn the metric, which is a new task for this setting. We propose a new model, Deep Learning for Natural Images: A Deep CNN, that learns to learn the metric from the label space and adaptively uses the data that is available in each context. We show here that our model learns the metric from an unsupervised image of the task where the image is very similar to the input image. The performance of our model is significantly improved with only 4% less training data, which was very competitive with a CNN that we used recently. Finally, we conduct preliminary experiments on two datasets of 2K labeled human hand hand objects. The results show that our model successfully segment the task of hand object segmentation from 2K images and achieves competitive results with a CNN-trained model.


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