We introduce Few-Shot Video Object Detection (FSVOD) with three important contributions: 1) a large-scale video dataset FSVOD-500 comprising of 500 classes with class-balanced videos in each category for few-shot learning; 2) a novel Tube Proposal Network (TPN) to generate high-quality video tube proposals to aggregate feature representation for the target video object; 3) a strategically improved Temporal Matching Network (TMN+) to match representative query tube features and supports with better discriminative ability.
We present a novel group collaborative learning framework (GCoNet) capable of detecting co-salient objects in real time (16ms), by simultaneously mining consensus representations at group level based on the two necessary criteria: 1) intra-group compactness to better formulate the consistency among co-salient objects by capturing their inherent shared attributes using our novel group affinity module; 2) inter-group separability to effectively suppress the influence of noisy objects on the output by introducing our new group collaborating module conditioning the inconsistent consensus.
We propose to learn the underlying class-agnostic commonalities that can be generalized from mask-annotated categories to novel categories.
Ranked #42 on Instance Segmentation on COCO test-dev
To train our network, we contribute a new dataset that contains 1000 categories of various objects with high-quality annotations.
Ranked #7 on Few-Shot Object Detection on MS-COCO (10-shot) (using extra training data)
Influence maximization (IM), which selects a set of $k$ users (called seeds) to maximize the influence spread over a social network, is a fundamental problem in a wide range of applications such as viral marketing and network monitoring.
Social and Information Networks Data Structures and Algorithms