Most of the proposed person re-identification algorithms conduct supervised training and testing on single labeled datasets with small size, so directly deploying these trained models to a large-scale real-world camera network may lead to poor performance due to underfitting.
Our results show that networks trained to regress to the ground truth targets for labeled data and to simultaneously learn to rank unlabeled data obtain significantly better, state-of-the-art results for both IQA and crowd counting.
Given a query and a set of documents, K-NRM uses a translation matrix that models word-level similarities via word embeddings, a new kernel-pooling technique that uses kernels to extract multi-level soft match features, and a learning-to-rank layer that combines those features into the final ranking score.
Although click data is widely used in search systems in practice, so far the inherent bias, most notably position bias, has prevented it from being used in training of a ranker for search, i. e., learning-to-rank.
We find that the problem of estimating a propensity model from click data is a dual problem of unbiased learning to rank.
For the first time, we offer a systematic comparison of classification approaches to investigate how far semantic annotations can be conducted using just the metadata of the documents such as titles published as labels on the Linked Open Data cloud.