A Competitive Method for Dog Nose-print Re-identification

31 May 2022  ·  Fei Shen, Zhe Wang, Zijun Wang, Xiaode Fu, Jiayi Chen, Xiaoyu Du, Jinhui Tang ·

Vision-based pattern identification (such as face, fingerprint, iris etc.) has been successfully applied in human biometrics for a long history. However, dog nose-print authentication is a challenging problem since the lack of a large amount of labeled data. For that, this paper presents our proposed methods for dog nose-print authentication (Re-ID) task in CVPR 2022 pet biometric challenge. First, considering the problem that each class only with few samples in the training set, we propose an automatic offline data augmentation strategy. Then, for the difference in sample styles between the training and test datasets, we employ joint cross-entropy, triplet and pair-wise circle losses function for network optimization. Finally, with multiple models ensembled adopted, our methods achieve 86.67\% AUC on the test set. Codes are available at https://github.com/muzishen/Pet-ReID-IMAG.

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