To address these limitations, we explore the problem of Few-Shot Stylized Visual Captioning, which aims to generate captions in any desired style, using only a few examples as guidance during inference, without requiring further training.
Finally, to obtain more complete saliency maps, we consider the uniqueness of the last layer of the decoder for the first time and propose the adaptive feedback refinement (AFR) module, which further refines feature representation and eliminates differences between features through a unique feedback mechanism.
In this study, we focus on post-training quantization (PTQ) algorithms that quantize a model to low-bit (less than 8-bit) precision with only a small set of calibration data and benchmark them on different tinyML use cases.
no code implementations • 21 Oct 2021 • Imanol Luengo, Maria Grammatikopoulou, Rahim Mohammadi, Chris Walsh, Chinedu Innocent Nwoye, Deepak Alapatt, Nicolas Padoy, Zhen-Liang Ni, Chen-Chen Fan, Gui-Bin Bian, Zeng-Guang Hou, Heonjin Ha, Jiacheng Wang, Haojie Wang, Dong Guo, Lu Wang, Guotai Wang, Mobarakol Islam, Bharat Giddwani, Ren Hongliang, Theodoros Pissas, Claudio Ravasio, Martin Huber, Jeremy Birch, Joan M. Nunez Do Rio, Lyndon Da Cruz, Christos Bergeles, Hongyu Chen, Fucang Jia, Nikhil KumarTomar, Debesh Jha, Michael A. Riegler, Pal Halvorsen, Sophia Bano, Uddhav Vaghela, Jianyuan Hong, Haili Ye, Feihong Huang, Da-Han Wang, Danail Stoyanov
In 2020, we released pixel-wise semantic annotations for anatomy and instruments for 4670 images sampled from 25 videos of the CATARACTS training set.
In this paper, we instead propose to compute distance between black-box models by comparing their Local Interpretable Model-Agnostic Explanations (LIME).
In this paper, we consider stochastic second-order methods for minimizing a finite summation of nonconvex functions.
This paper presents a fully hardware synchronized mapping robot with support for a hardware synchronized external tracking system, for super-precise timing and localization.