Video-Based Convolutional Attention for Person Re-Identification

In this paper we consider the problem of video-based person re-identification, which is the task of associating videos of the same person captured by different and non-overlapping cameras. We propose a Siamese framework in which video frames of the person to re-identify and of the candidate one are processed by two identical networks which produce a similarity score. We introduce an attention mechanisms to capture the relevant information both at frame level (spatial information) and at video level (temporal information given by the importance of a specific frame within the sequence). One of the novelties of our approach is given by a joint concurrent processing of both frame and video levels, providing in such a way a very simple architecture. Despite this fact, our approach achieves better performance than the state-of-the-art on the challenging iLIDS-VID dataset.

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