Structured feature learning for pose estimation
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AbstractIn this paper, we propose a structured feature learning framework to reason the correlations among body joints at the feature level in human pose estimation. Different from existing approaches of modeling structures on score maps or predicted labels, feature maps preserve substantially richer descriptions of body joints. The relationships between feature maps of joints are captured with the introduced geometrical transform kernels, which can be easily implemented with a convolution layer. Features and their relationships are jointly learned in an end-to-end learning system. A bi-directional tree structured model is proposed, so that the feature channels at a body joint can well receive information from other joints. The proposed framework improves feature learning substantially. With very simple post processing, it reaches the best mean PCP on the LSP and FLIC datasets. Compared with the baseline of learning features at each joint separately with ConvNet, the mean PCP has been improved by 18% on FLIC. The code is released to the public. 1
All Author(s) ListChu X., Ouyang W., Li H., Wang X.
Name of Conference29th IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, CVPR 2016
Start Date of Conference26/06/2016
End Date of Conference01/07/2016
Place of ConferenceLas Vegas
Country/Region of ConferenceUnited States of America
Detailed descriptionorganized by IEEE,
Year2016
Month12
Day9
Volume Number2016-December
Pages4715 - 4723
ISBN9781467388504
ISSN1063-6919
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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