Search Results for author: Yi-Dong Shen

Found 8 papers, 4 papers with code

City-Scale Multi-Camera Vehicle Tracking Guided by Crossroad Zones

1 code implementation14 May 2021 Chong Liu, Yuqi Zhang, Hao Luo, Jiasheng Tang, Weihua Chen, Xianzhe Xu, Fan Wang, Hao Li, Yi-Dong Shen

Multi-Target Multi-Camera Tracking has a wide range of applications and is the basis for many advanced inferences and predictions.

Vehicle Re-Identification

Constraint Monotonicity, Epistemic Splitting and Foundedness Could in General Be Too Strong in Answer Set Programming

no code implementations1 Oct 2020 Yi-Dong Shen, Thomas Eiter

Recently, the notions of subjective constraint monotonicity, epistemic splitting, and foundedness have been introduced for epistemic logic programs, with the aim to use them as main criteria respectively intuitions to compare different answer set semantics proposed in the literature on how they comply with these intuitions.

Unity Style Transfer for Person Re-Identification

no code implementations CVPR 2020 Chong Liu, Xiaojun Chang, Yi-Dong Shen

To solve this problem, we propose a UnityStyle adaption method, which can smooth the style disparities within the same camera and across different cameras.

Person Re-Identification Style Transfer +1

RCAA: Relational Context-Aware Agents for Person Search

no code implementations ECCV 2018 Xiaojun Chang, Po-Yao Huang, Yi-Dong Shen, Xiaodan Liang, Yi Yang, Alexander G. Hauptmann

In this paper, we address this problem by training relational context-aware agents which learn the actions to localize the target person from the gallery of whole scene images.

Person Search

Unsupervised Feature Selection with Adaptive Structure Learning

1 code implementation3 Apr 2015 Liang Du, Yi-Dong Shen

Traditional unsupervised methods select the features which can faithfully preserve the intrinsic structures of data, where the intrinsic structures are estimated using all the input features of data.

Feature Selection

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