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Deformable Template As Active Basis

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4 Author(s)
Ying Nian Wu ; UCLA Department of Statistics ; Zhangzhang Si ; Chuck Fleming ; Song-Chun Zhu

This article proposes an active basis model and a shared pursuit algorithm for learning deformable templates from image patches of various object categories. In our generative model, a deformable template is in the form of an active basis, which consists of a small number of Gabor wavelet elements at different locations and orientations. These elements are allowed to slightly perturb their locations and orientations before they are linearly combined to generate each individual training or testing example. The active basis model can be learned from training image patches by the shared pursuit algorithm. The algorithm selects the elements of the active basis sequentially from a dictionary of Gabor wavelets. When an element is selected at each step, the element is shared by all the training examples, in the sense that a perturbed version of this element is added to improve the encoding of each example. Our model and algorithm are developed within a probabilistic framework that naturally embraces wavelet sparse coding and random field.

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2007 IEEE 11th International Conference on Computer Vision

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14-21 Oct. 2007