Boundary Detection is a vital part of extracting information encoded in images, allowing for the computation of quantities of interest including density, velocity, pressure, etc.
We develop a new edge detection algorithm that tackles two important issues in this long-standing vision problem: (1) holistic image training and prediction; and (2) multi-scale and multi-level feature learning.
Ranked #3 on Edge Detection on BIPED
One of the keys to enable chatbots to communicate with human in a more natural way is the ability to handle long and complex user's utterances.
For streaming inference, all monotonic attention (MA) heads should learn proper alignments because the next token is not generated until all heads detect the corresponding token boundaries.
State-of-the-art image segmentation algorithms generally consist of at least two successive and distinct computations: a boundary detection process that uses local image information to classify image locations as boundaries between objects, followed by a pixel grouping step such as watershed or connected components that clusters pixels into segments.
We present Convolutional Oriented Boundaries (COB), which produces multiscale oriented contours and region hierarchies starting from generic image classification Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs).
We introduce a differentiable, end-to-end trainable framework for solving pixel-level grouping problems such as instance segmentation consisting of two novel components.
Efforts to automate the reconstruction of neural circuits from 3D electron microscopic (EM) brain images are critical for the field of connectomics.
Segmenting highly-overlapping objects is challenging, because typically no distinction is made between real object contours and occlusion boundaries.
Ranked #1 on Instance Segmentation on KINS