Adaptive Binarization for Weakly Supervised Affordance Segmentation

10 Jul 2017  ·  Johann Sawatzky, Juergen Gall ·

The concept of affordance is important to understand the relevance of object parts for a certain functional interaction. Affordance types generalize across object categories and are not mutually exclusive... This makes the segmentation of affordance regions of objects in images a difficult task. In this work, we build on an iterative approach that learns a convolutional neural network for affordance segmentation from sparse keypoints. During this process, the predictions of the network need to be binarized. In this work, we propose an adaptive approach for binarization and estimate the parameters for initialization by approximated cross validation. We evaluate our approach on two affordance datasets where our approach outperforms the state-of-the-art for weakly supervised affordance segmentation. read more

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