Introduction, challenges, and recent winner solutions for instance-level recognition. In this blog, I will walk through an introduction to instance-level recognition, use cases, challenges, currently available dataset, and state of the art results (recent winner solutions) on these challenges/datasets.
In this blog, I will walk through an introduction to instance-level recognition, use cases, challenges, currently available dataset, and state of the art results (recent winner solutions) on these challenges/datasets.
Instance Level Recognition (ILR), is a visual recognition task to recognize a specific instance of an object not just object class.
For example, as shown in the above image, painting is an object class, and “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci is an instance of that painting. Similarly, the Taj Mahal, India is an instance of the object class building.
*Intra-class variability: *Landmarks are mostly spread across a wide region and have very high intra-class variability as shown in the below image.
Images from Google Landmarks Dataset v2 (GLDv2)
*Noisy Labels: *The success of machine learning models depends on high-quality labeled training data, as the presence of labels errors can greatly reduce the model's performance. These noisy labels as shown in the below image, unfortunately, noisy labels are part of a large training set and need additional learning steps.
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