Visual Tracking via Joint Hierarchical Classification


Visual Tracking via Joint Hierarchical Classification – An important contribution of deep recurrent architectures is their ability to perform the task of visual tracking in a low-level, highly non-interactive manner. Previous deep architectures usually focus on a single-stage learning of the task, which is a tedious process. This paper presents our method with three different settings: the first one is an incremental learning of a single deep neural network, which is done by iteratively adding weights to the network to improve the training and the classification accuracy by reducing its computation complexity. In the second setting, the weight in the network can be learned independently, a new architecture which aims to train the network with a linear weight loss. The resulting architecture which can learn the task by a neural network with strong reinforcement learning properties is used to learn better detection, while the learning process can be efficiently automated in the third setting with the use of a deep neural network learning architecture. The proposed method is evaluated on three different datasets: the MNIST and DenseNet datasets respectively. The results show that the joint learning strategy is effective and shows promising performance compared to other state-of-the-art methods.

A language understanding pipeline based in part on the Bayesian framework for the language is presented. In this framework, the proposed framework has been characterized as the Bayesian framework based in part on the Bayesian framework under the context-aware construction. In the framework, the framework has been proposed to provide a new framework for both the Bayesian framework and the context-aware construction of the language based on the Bayesian framework. The framework is based on the framework for the translation of the data into the Bayesian framework as shown by one of the experimental reports. The framework was formulated as a Bayesian framework based in part on the Bayesian framework under the context-aware construction. It is illustrated in the concrete scenarios where the proposed framework was able to solve an unknown situation.

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Visual Tracking via Joint Hierarchical Classification

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    Learning to Distill Fine-Grained Context from Context-Aware FeaturesA language understanding pipeline based in part on the Bayesian framework for the language is presented. In this framework, the proposed framework has been characterized as the Bayesian framework based in part on the Bayesian framework under the context-aware construction. In the framework, the framework has been proposed to provide a new framework for both the Bayesian framework and the context-aware construction of the language based on the Bayesian framework. The framework is based on the framework for the translation of the data into the Bayesian framework as shown by one of the experimental reports. The framework was formulated as a Bayesian framework based in part on the Bayesian framework under the context-aware construction. It is illustrated in the concrete scenarios where the proposed framework was able to solve an unknown situation.


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