Application of Analytics in Machine Vision using Big Data
Keywords:Big Data Analytics, Machine Vision, Image Classification and Object Recognition Tasks, Bag of Words, Spatial Pyramids
The Bag-of-Words (BoW) approach has been successfully applied in the context of category-level image classification. To incorporate spatial image information in the BoW model, Spatial Pyramids (SPs) are used. However, spatial pyramids are rigid in nature and are based on pre-defined grid configurations. As a consequence, they often fail to coincide with the underlying spatial structure of images from different categories which may negatively affect the classification accuracy.
The aim of the paper is to use the 3D scene geometry to steer the layout of spatial pyramids for category-level image classification (object recognition). The proposed approach provides an image representation by inferring the constituent geometrical parts of a scene. As a result, the image representation retains the descriptive spatial information to yield a structural description of the image. From large scale experiments on the Pascal VOC2007 and Caltech101, it can be derived that SPs which are obtained by the proposed Generic SPs outperforms the standard SPs.
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