Structured Prediction

Conditional Random Field

Conditional Random Fields or CRFs are a type of probabilistic graph model that take neighboring sample context into account for tasks like classification. Prediction is modeled as a graphical model, which implements dependencies between the predictions. Graph choice depends on the application, for example linear chain CRFs are popular in natural language processing, whereas in image-based tasks, the graph would connect to neighboring locations in an image to enforce that they have similar predictions.

Image Credit: Charles Sutton and Andrew McCallum, An Introduction to Conditional Random Fields

Papers


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Tasks


Task Papers Share
Semantic Segmentation 78 12.98%
Named Entity Recognition 58 9.65%
NER 42 6.99%
General Classification 24 3.99%
Part-Of-Speech Tagging 13 2.16%
Object Detection 12 2.00%
Chunking 11 1.83%
Machine Translation 11 1.83%
Depth Estimation 10 1.66%

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🤖 No Components Found You can add them if they exist; e.g. Mask R-CNN uses RoIAlign

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