Computer Vision: Detection, Recognition and Reconstruction (Studies in Computational Intelligence)

Computer Vision: Detection, Recognition and Reconstruction (Studies in Computational Intelligence)

Sebastiano Battiato

Language: English

Pages: 376

ISBN: 3662505568

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Computer vision is the science and technology of making machines that see. This edited volume contains a selection of articles covering some of the talks and tutorials held during the first two meetings of the International Computer Vision Summer School.

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This is done by reducing or increasing the residual capacity of an edge according to the change made to its cost going from Ga to Gb . Recall from equation (3.6) that the flow in an edge of the graph has to satisfy the edge capacity constraint: 0 ≤ f i j ≤ ci j ∀(i, j) ∈ E. (3.15) While modifying the residual graph, certain flows may violate the new edge capacity constraints (3.15). This is because flow in certain edges might be greater than the capacity of those edges under Gb . To make these.

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Replace the actual marginals by pseudo-marginals. For instance, one can use loopy Belief Propagation (BP) to get these pseudo-marginals. It has been shown in practice that for many applications loopy BP provides good estimates of the marginals. Saddle Point Approximation (SPA) In Saddle Point Approximation (SPA), one makes a discrete approximation of the expectations by directly using best estimates of labels at a given setting of parameters. This is equivalent to approximating the.

Is calculated as ΔE = − |Ple f t | |Pright | E(Ple f t ) − E(Pright ) , |P| |P| (7.2) where E(I) is the Shannon entropy of the classes in the set of examples P. Parameters Training a randomized decision forest involves several parameters, including: Type of Split Tests. The types of split tests used can play a significant role in tree training and performance, with different tests acting in a complimentary manner. Number of Trees. The number of trees in the forest is a tradeoff.

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