Large-scale Video Classification guided by Batch Normalized LSTM Translator

13 Jul 2017  ·  Jae Hyeon Yoo ·

Youtube-8M dataset enhances the development of large-scale video recognition technology as ImageNet dataset has encouraged image classification, recognition and detection of artificial intelligence fields. For this large video dataset, it is a challenging task to classify a huge amount of multi-labels... By change of perspective, we propose a novel method by regarding labels as words. In details, we describe online learning approaches to multi-label video classification that are guided by deep recurrent neural networks for video to sentence translator. We designed the translator based on LSTMs and found out that a stochastic gating before the input of each LSTM cell can help us to design the structural details. In addition, we adopted batch normalizations into our models to improve our LSTM models. Since our models are feature extractors, they can be used with other classifiers. Finally we report improved validation results of our models on large-scale Youtube-8M datasets and discussions for the further improvement. read more

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