Recently, with the aim to incorporate knowledge about non-object image regions (hideouts, turns, and other obscured regions), a task for identification of potential hideouts termed Covert Geo-Location (CGL) detection was proposed by Saha et al.
Classification of any region of an image as a CGL (as boundary sub-segments of an occluding object that conceals the hideout) requires examining the 3D relation between boundaries of occluding objects and their neighborhoods & surroundings.
Certain facial parts are salient (unique) in appearance, which substantially contribute to the holistic recognition of a subject.
In addition, we used an Adaptive channel reducing the domain gap between synthetic and real night images, which also complements the failures of Real channel output.
In this paper, we propose a noveldeep architecture, NiSeNet, that performs semantic segmen-tation of night scenes using a domain mapping approach ofsynthetic to real data.
Ranked #1 on Semantic Segmentation on BDD100K val
The 2nd stage performs a block-wise Procrustes analysis of the trajectories and estimates Frechet means (in Kendall's shape space) of the clusters.
Although GANs have been used in the past for predicting the future, none of the works consider the relation between subsequent frames in the temporal dimension.
Face recognition (FR) is the most preferred mode for biometric-based surveillance, due to its passive nature of detecting subjects, amongst all different types of biometric traits.
The proposed technique in this paper tries to cope with the very low resolution and low contrast face images obtained from surveillance cameras, for FR under surveillance conditions.