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Context Forest for object class detection

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http://www.bmva.org/bmvc/2015/papers/paper188/index.html
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBritish Machine Vision Conference 2015
Number of pages14
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Publication statusPublished - Sep 2015

Abstract

We present Context Forest (ConF) — a technique for predicting properties of the objects in an image based on its global appearance. Compared to standard nearest- neighbour techniques, ConF is more accurate, fast and memory efficient. We demonstrate ConF by predicting three properties: aspects of appearance, location in the image, and class membership. In extensive experiments we show that (i) ConF can automatically select which components of a multi-component detector to run on a given test image, obtaining a considerable speed-up for detectors trained from large sets (10 for EE-SVMs [36] and 2 for DPM [21]); (ii) ConF can improve object detection performance by removing false positive detections at unlikely locations (+2% mAP), and by (iii) removing false positives produced by classes unlikely to be present in the image (+5% mAP on a 200-class dataset [2])

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