Search Results for author: Xiaobo Xia

Found 12 papers, 2 papers with code

Objects in Semantic Topology

no code implementations6 Oct 2021 Shuo Yang, Peize Sun, Yi Jiang, Xiaobo Xia, Ruiheng Zhang, Zehuan Yuan, Changhu Wang, Ping Luo, Min Xu

A more realistic object detection paradigm, Open-World Object Detection, has arisen increasing research interests in the community recently.

Incremental Learning Language Modelling +1

Co-variance: Tackling Noisy Labels with Sample Selection by Emphasizing High-variance Examples

no code implementations29 Sep 2021 Xiaobo Xia, Bo Han, Yibing Zhan, Jun Yu, Mingming Gong, Chen Gong, Tongliang Liu

The sample selection approach is popular in learning with noisy labels, which tends to select potentially clean data out of noisy data for robust training.

Learning with noisy labels

Kernel Mean Estimation by Marginalized Corrupted Distributions

no code implementations10 Jul 2021 Xiaobo Xia, Shuo Shan, Mingming Gong, Nannan Wang, Fei Gao, Haikun Wei, Tongliang Liu

Estimating the kernel mean in a reproducing kernel Hilbert space is a critical component in many kernel learning algorithms.

Sample Selection with Uncertainty of Losses for Learning with Noisy Labels

no code implementations NeurIPS 2021 Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Bo Han, Mingming Gong, Jun Yu, Gang Niu, Masashi Sugiyama

In this way, we also give large-loss but less selected data a try; then, we can better distinguish between the cases (a) and (b) by seeing if the losses effectively decrease with the uncertainty after the try.

Learning with noisy labels

Instance Correction for Learning with Open-set Noisy Labels

no code implementations1 Jun 2021 Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Bo Han, Mingming Gong, Jun Yu, Gang Niu, Masashi Sugiyama

Lots of approaches, e. g., loss correction and label correction, cannot handle such open-set noisy labels well, since they need training data and test data to share the same label space, which does not hold for learning with open-set noisy labels.

Extended T: Learning with Mixed Closed-set and Open-set Noisy Labels

no code implementations2 Dec 2020 Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Bo Han, Nannan Wang, Jiankang Deng, Jiatong Li, Yinian Mao

The traditional transition matrix is limited to model closed-set label noise, where noisy training data has true class labels within the noisy label set.

Class2Simi: A New Perspective on Learning with Label Noise

no code implementations28 Sep 2020 Songhua Wu, Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Bo Han, Mingming Gong, Nannan Wang, Haifeng Liu, Gang Niu

It is worthwhile to perform the transformation: We prove that the noise rate for the noisy similarity labels is lower than that of the noisy class labels, because similarity labels themselves are robust to noise.

Part-dependent Label Noise: Towards Instance-dependent Label Noise

1 code implementation NeurIPS 2020 Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Bo Han, Nannan Wang, Mingming Gong, Haifeng Liu, Gang Niu, DaCheng Tao, Masashi Sugiyama

Learning with the \textit{instance-dependent} label noise is challenging, because it is hard to model such real-world noise.

Class2Simi: A Noise Reduction Perspective on Learning with Noisy Labels

no code implementations14 Jun 2020 Songhua Wu, Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Bo Han, Mingming Gong, Nannan Wang, Haifeng Liu, Gang Niu

To give an affirmative answer, in this paper, we propose a framework called Class2Simi: it transforms data points with noisy class labels to data pairs with noisy similarity labels, where a similarity label denotes whether a pair shares the class label or not.

Contrastive Learning Learning with noisy labels +1

Multi-Class Classification from Noisy-Similarity-Labeled Data

no code implementations16 Feb 2020 Songhua Wu, Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Bo Han, Mingming Gong, Nannan Wang, Haifeng Liu, Gang Niu

We further estimate the transition matrix from only noisy data and build a novel learning system to learn a classifier which can assign noise-free class labels for instances.

General Classification Multi-class Classification

Are Anchor Points Really Indispensable in Label-Noise Learning?

1 code implementation NeurIPS 2019 Xiaobo Xia, Tongliang Liu, Nannan Wang, Bo Han, Chen Gong, Gang Niu, Masashi Sugiyama

Existing theories have shown that the transition matrix can be learned by exploiting \textit{anchor points} (i. e., data points that belong to a specific class almost surely).

Learning with noisy labels

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