Jungong Han

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Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (5)

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Visual data such as videos are often sampled from complex manifold. We propose leveraging the manifold structure to constrain the deep action feature learning, thereby minimizing the intra-class variations in the feature space and alleviating the over-fitting problem. Considering that manifold can be transferred, layer by layer, from the data domain to the deep features, the manifold priori is posed from the top layer into the back propagation learning procedure of convolutional neural network (CNN). Read More

Robust object recognition systems usually rely on powerful feature extraction mechanisms from a large number of real images. However, in many realistic applications, collecting sufficient images for ever-growing new classes is unattainable. In this paper, we propose a new Zero-shot learning (ZSL) framework that can synthesise visual features for unseen classes without acquiring real images. Read More

Steerable properties dominate the design of traditional filters, e.g., Gabor filters, and endow features the capability of dealing with spatial transformations. Read More

As a result of several successful applications in computer vision and image processing, sparse representation (SR) has attracted significant attention in multi-sensor image fusion. Unlike the traditional multiscale transforms (MSTs) that presume the basis functions, SR learns an over-complete dictionary from a set of training images for image fusion, and it achieves more stable and meaningful representations of the source images. By doing so, the SR-based fusion methods generally outperform the traditional MST-based image fusion methods in both subjective and objective tests. Read More

There is a neglected fact in the traditional machine learning methods that the data sampling can actually lead to the solution sampling. We consider this observation to be important because having the solution sampling available makes the variable distribution estimation, which is a problem in many learning-related applications, more tractable. In this paper, we implement this idea on correlation filter, which has attracted much attention in the past few years due to its high performance with a low computational cost. Read More