Image retrieval systems aim to find similar images to a query image among an image dataset.
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Then, we demonstrate how a trained landmark detector, using our new dataset, can be leveraged to index image regions and improve retrieval accuracy while being much more efficient than existing regional methods.
In particular, annotation errors, the size of the dataset, and the level of challenge are addressed: new annotation for both datasets is created with an extra attention to the reliability of the ground truth.
GLDv2 is the largest such dataset to date by a large margin, including over 5M images and 200k distinct instance labels.
Image retrieval is the problem of searching an image database for items that are similar to a query image.
We propose an attentive local feature descriptor suitable for large-scale image retrieval, referred to as DELF (DEep Local Feature).
Ranked #2 on Image Retrieval on Oxf105k
The dataset was collected with three goals in mind: (i) to have both a large number of identities and also a large number of images for each identity; (ii) to cover a large range of pose, age and ethnicity; and (iii) to minimize the label noise.
Ranked #3 on Face Verification on IJB-C (TAR @ FAR=0.01 metric)
This work presents Kornia -- an open source computer vision library which consists of a set of differentiable routines and modules to solve generic computer vision problems.
The zero-shot paradigm exploits vector-based word representations extracted from text corpora with unsupervised methods to learn general mapping functions from other feature spaces onto word space, where the words associated to the nearest neighbours of the mapped vectors are used as their linguistic labels.