COMS30121_IPCV_L10_1pp

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Unformatted text preview: 1),(x2,y2),(x3,y3),...) Normalize Weights: t=0 wi Negatives Xn=((x4,y4),(x5,y5),(x6,y6),...) wi ¦ wi Train Classifiers hj on each single Haar Feature: ej ¦w i i lowest classification error h j ( xi )  y i ht init weights: w=1/(2*card(Xn)); yi=0 Annotated Training Data Update Weights: wi Strong Classifier Assembly h( x ) ­1 ° ® °0 ¯ 1 ¦ D h ( x) t 2 ¦ D t tt otherwise t t ;D t log 1  et et §e wi ˜ ¨ t ¨1 e t © 1 ci · ¸ ¸ ¹ Weak Classifier Output Strong Classifier Output AdaBoost Algorithm (see paper by Viola and Jones 2001) Dr Tilo Burghardt | Image Processing & Computer Vision , COMS30121 | Dept of Computer Science, University of Bristol | L10- Slide9/20 Example: Modelling Objects by Boosting First Stage of a frontal African penguin Classifier built from Haar-like Features Dr Tilo Burghardt | Image Processing & Computer Vision , COMS30121 | Dept of Computer Science, University of Bristol | L10- Slide10/20 On Kernel Resolution Dr Tilo Burghardt | Image Processing & Computer Vision , COMS30121 | Dept of Computer Science, University of Bristol | L10- Slide11/20 Example: Modelling Objects by Boosting First Stage of a frontal Lion Face Classifier built from Haar-like Features Dr Tilo Burghardt | Image Processing & Computer Vision , COMS30121 | Dept of Computer Science, University of Bristol | L10- Slide12/20 Attentional C...
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