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Text Language Japanese
Authors Koichi Kise
Title Specific Object Recognition
Journal IEICE Technical Report
Presentation number PRMU2009-104
Pages pp.79-87
Reviewed or not Not reviewed
Month & Year November 2009
Abstract Specific object recognition is a process to recognize instances of objects captured as images. In other words, it indicates the conversion from an appearance of an object to its ID. This functionality allows us to use objects as link anchors of the web, and thus extend the cyber world to the real world. Since we are surrounded by an immense number of object instances, specific object recognition, in its nature, is a challenge to the scalability. In this tutorial, I show recent advances in specific object recognition with the special focus on methods using local features.
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