Search Results for author: Guodong Wang

Found 9 papers, 4 papers with code

Align-DETR: Improving DETR with Simple IoU-aware BCE loss

1 code implementation15 Apr 2023 Zhi Cai, Songtao Liu, Guodong Wang, Zheng Ge, Xiangyu Zhang, Di Huang

We propose a metric, recall of best-regressed samples, to quantitively evaluate the misalignment problem.

object-detection Object Detection

Indirect-Instant Attention Optimization for Crowd Counting in Dense Scenes

no code implementations12 Jun 2022 Suyu Han, Guodong Wang, Donghua Liu

One of appealing approaches to guiding learnable parameter optimization, such as feature maps, is global attention, which enlightens network intelligence at a fraction of the cost.

Crowd Counting

Learning Oriented Remote Sensing Object Detection via Naive Geometric Computing

no code implementations1 Dec 2021 Yanjie Wang, Xu Zou, Zhijun Zhang, Wenhui Xu, Liqun Chen, Sheng Zhong, Luxin Yan, Guodong Wang

Detecting oriented objects along with estimating their rotation information is one crucial step for analyzing remote sensing images.

object-detection Object Detection +2

Student-Teacher Feature Pyramid Matching for Anomaly Detection

10 code implementations7 Mar 2021 Guodong Wang, Shumin Han, Errui Ding, Di Huang

Anomaly detection is a challenging task and usually formulated as an one-class learning problem for the unexpectedness of anomalies.

Image Classification Unsupervised Anomaly Detection

A Novel Video Salient Object Detection Method via Semi-supervised Motion Quality Perception

1 code implementation7 Aug 2020 Chenglizhao Chen, Jia Song, Chong Peng, Guodong Wang, Yuming Fang

Consequently, we can achieve a significant performance improvement by using this new training set to start a new round of network training.

object-detection Salient Object Detection +1

An Automated Auto-encoder Correlation-based Health-Monitoring and Prognostic Method for Machine Bearings

no code implementations18 Mar 2017 Ramin M. Hasani, Guodong Wang, Radu Grosu

We demonstrate the superiority of the AEC over many other state-of-the-art approaches for the health monitoring and prognostic of machine bearings.


Blurred Palmprint Recognition Based on Stable-FeatureExtraction Using a Vese-Osher Decomposition Model

no code implementations 7 2014 Danfeng Hong, Jian Su, Qinggen Hong, Zhenkuan Pan, Guodong Wang

The experimental results are used to demonstrate the theoretica conclusion that the structure laver is stable foidifferent bluring scales The WRHOG method also proves to be an advanced and robust method of distinauishing blurredpalmprints.

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