Sparse Estimation via Spectral Neighborhood Matching


Sparse Estimation via Spectral Neighborhood Matching – We study unsupervised sparse estimation of the visual saliency maps via a graphical model. In this work, we propose a multi-class latent representation of the visual saliency maps using a variational algorithm, based on Monte Carlo sampling. The inference is performed on a sparse set of images from a dataset of real images to learn a sparse posterior representation of the saliency maps, and then the prediction is done via sparse sampling. Our approach is an extension of a Bayesian network learning framework that involves Bayesian Bayesian inference to the latent space to learn the posterior density of the visual saliency maps over a sparse distribution of latent images containing both the saliency maps and the training data. We show that the learned posterior density provides a good baseline for the latent saliency models to be used when training deep CNNs, and therefore can be used for the supervised and unsupervised learning of CNNs with high classification accuracy even without the latent space representation. The Bayesian model outperforms the supervised and unsupervised learning approaches by a very large margin.

Although there are many approaches to learning image models, most models focus on image labels for training purposes. In this paper, we propose to transfer learning of the image semantic labels to the training of the feature vectors into a novel learning framework, using the same label learning framework. We demonstrate several applications of our method using different data sets for different tasks: (i) a CNN with feature vectors of varying dimensionality, and (ii) a fully-convolutional network trained with a neural network. We compare our methods to the state-of-the-art image semantic labeling methods, including the recently proposed neural network or CNN learning in ImageNet and ResNet-15K and our method has outperformed them for both tasks. We conclude with a comparison of our network with many state-of-the-art CNN and ResNet-15K datasets.

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Sparse Estimation via Spectral Neighborhood Matching

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