Learning Local Descriptors by Optimizing the Keypoint-Correspondence Criterion: Applications to Face Matching, Learning from Unlabeled Videos and 3D-Shape Retrieval

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Authors Igor S. Pandžić, Nenad Markuš, Jörgen Ahlberg
Journal/Conference Name IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
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Paper Abstract Current best local descriptors are learned on a large dataset of matching and non-matching keypoint pairs. However, data of this kind is not always available since detailed keypoint correspondences can be hard to establish. On the other hand, we can often obtain labels for pairs of keypoint bags. For example, keypoint bags extracted from two images of the same object under different views form a matching pair, and keypoint bags extracted from images of different objects form a non-matching pair. On average, matching pairs should contain more corresponding keypoints than non-matching pairs. We describe an end-to-end differentiable architecture that enables the learning of local keypoint descriptors from such weakly-labeled data. Additionally, we discuss how to improve the method by incorporating the procedure of mining hard negatives. We also show how can our approach be used to learn convolutional features from unlabeled video signals and 3D models. Our implementation is available at https//github.com/nenadmarkus/wlrn
Date of publication 2016
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