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The eight-volume set comprising LNCS volumes 9905-9912 constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 14th ecu convention on machine imaginative and prescient, ECCV 2016, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in October 2016.
The 415 revised papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 1480 submissions. The papers hide all points of desktop imaginative and prescient and trend attractiveness corresponding to 3D machine imaginative and prescient; computational images, sensing and show; face and gesture; low-level imaginative and prescient and picture processing; movement and monitoring; optimization equipment; physics-based imaginative and prescient, photometry and shape-from-X; popularity: detection, categorization, indexing, matching; segmentation, grouping and form illustration; statistical equipment and studying; video: occasions, actions and surveillance; functions. they're prepared in topical sections on detection, popularity and retrieval; scene realizing; optimization; photograph and video processing; studying; motion job and monitoring; 3D; and nine poster sessions.
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2). To demonstrate that both class information and the discriminative loss are important, we compare our explanation model to an explanation-label model which is not trained with the discriminative loss, and to an explanation-discriminative model which is not conditioned on the predicted class. Metrics. To evaluate our explanation model, we use automatic metrics and two human evaluations. Our automatic metrics rely on the common sentence evaluation metrics (METEOR  and CIDEr ) and are used to evaluate the quality of our explanatory text.
User Studies. The ultimate goal of our explanation system is to provide useful information about an unknown object to a user. We therefore also consulted experienced bird watchers to rate our explanations against our baseline and Generating Visual Explanations 13 Fig. 4. Visual explanations generated by our system. Our explanation model produces image relevant sentences that also discuss class discriminative attributes. ablation models. Consulting experienced bird watchers is important because some sentences may provide correct, but non-discriminative properties, which an average person may not be able to properly identify.
Hasler et al.  proposed to perform automatic camera registration and audio synchronization for multiple cameras, followed by recovering 3D human pose by computing the correspondence between the extracted silhouettes. Hofmann and Gavrilla  proposed a multi-stage veriﬁcation process for the shape hypotheses generated from each camera, and removed the temporal ambiguity by maximizing the best trajectories across cameras. Elhayek et al.  combined a ConvNet based part detection model  with a generative model-based tracking algorithm based on Sums of Gaussians framework, which captures temporally stable full articulated joints from multiple cameras.