Object Classification through Deep Learning of Embodied Natural Features and Subspace

Object Classification through Deep Learning of Embodied Natural Features and Subspace – This paper presents an algorithm for extracting structured image attributes from the visual appearance of objects by learning an object classifier from visual annotations. A simple and efficient method of extracting object categories is presented. The method is based on the use of the deep Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), which is trained to classify the objects according to a set of annotations. The CNN trained to classify the objects is then used to compute the attribute classification score. The CNN is applied to a set of labeled images and a set of annotated images for classification. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first implementation of a CNN for the purpose of image attribute classification. The accuracy of the obtained attribute classification score is verified using a variety of experiments and data instances.

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Object Classification through Deep Learning of Embodied Natural Features and Subspace

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