Fully-adaptive Feature Sharing in Multi-Task Networks with Applications in Person Attribute Classification

CVPR 2017 Yongxi LuAbhishek KumarShuangfei ZhaiYu ChengTara JavidiRogerio Feris

Multi-task learning aims to improve generalization performance of multiple prediction tasks by appropriately sharing relevant information across them. In the context of deep neural networks, this idea is often realized by hand-designed network architectures with layers that are shared across tasks and branches that encode task-specific features... (read more)

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