Unmixing Convolutional Features for Crisp Edge Detection

19 Nov 2020 Linxi Huan Xianwei Zheng Nan Xue wei he Jianya Gong Gui-Song Xia

This paper presents a context-aware tracing strategy (CATS) for crisp edge detection with deep edge detectors, based on an observation that the localization ambiguity of deep edge detectors is mainly caused by the mixing phenomenon of convolutional neural networks: feature mixing in edge classification and side mixing during fusing side predictions. The CATS consists of two modules: a novel tracing loss that performs feature unmixing by tracing boundaries for better side edge learning, and a context-aware fusion block that tackles the side mixing by aggregating the complementary merits of learned side edges... (read more)

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