From visual words to a visual grammar: using language modelling for image classification

16 Mar 2017Antonio Foncubierta-RodríguezHenning MüllerAdrien Depeursinge

The Bag--of--Visual--Words (BoVW) is a visual description technique that aims at shortening the semantic gap by partitioning a low--level feature space into regions of the feature space that potentially correspond to visual concepts and by giving more value to this space. In this paper we present a conceptual analysis of three major properties of language grammar and how they can be adapted to the computer vision and image understanding domain based on the bag of visual words paradigm... (read more)

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