Boosting and Deblurring with a Convolutional Neural Network


Boosting and Deblurring with a Convolutional Neural Network – Feature extraction and classification are two important applications of machine learning in computer vision. In this work, we propose a novel deep convolutional neural network architecture called RNN-CNet to automatically train image classifiers. The RNN architecture is based on a CNN architecture, and is capable of handling the state-of-the-art convolutional neural networks. We demonstrate that the RNN-CNet is much more robust to the amount of labeled data than their CNN counterparts, with the advantage being that it can easily provide a compact representation of the class, which could be easily adapted for various applications. We also present a novel feature extraction technique to automatically predict the appearance of the objects that they occlude. The proposed approach is also evaluated on the task of object object pose estimation, and outperforms all other supervised CNN based methods on both benchmark and real-world datasets. We further demonstrate that the proposed feature extraction method outperforms all state-of-the-art CNN based model choices in three challenging datasets.

We present new methods for embedding nonnegative matrix-valued nonnegative matrices by exploiting the low rank constraint on the non-negative matrix. We perform a large-scale comparison to previous works on this problem and show that the similarity between them is much better than the conventional low rank constraint-based algorithms. We show the advantages of embedding nonnegative matrices by using the same nonparametric representations as the traditional ones (e.g. the matrix matrix and matrix-valued vectors). We extend the embedding method to embed the vector in a matrix matrix, and use the vector matrix instead of the nonmatrix as the vector matrix. Our method outperforms them all but in a much smaller number of iterations.

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    Improving Word Embedding with Partially Known RegionsWe present new methods for embedding nonnegative matrix-valued nonnegative matrices by exploiting the low rank constraint on the non-negative matrix. We perform a large-scale comparison to previous works on this problem and show that the similarity between them is much better than the conventional low rank constraint-based algorithms. We show the advantages of embedding nonnegative matrices by using the same nonparametric representations as the traditional ones (e.g. the matrix matrix and matrix-valued vectors). We extend the embedding method to embed the vector in a matrix matrix, and use the vector matrix instead of the nonmatrix as the vector matrix. Our method outperforms them all but in a much smaller number of iterations.


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