Many computer vision problems have an asymmetric distribution of information between training and test time. In this work, we study the case where we are given additional information about the training data, which however will not be available at test time. This situation is called learning using privileged information (LUPI). We introduce two maximum-margin techniques that are able to make use of this additional source of information, and we show that the framework is applicable to several scenarios that have been studied in computer vision before. Experiments with attributes, bounding boxes, image tags and rationales as additional information in object classification show promising results.
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ICCV: International Conference on Computer Vision
2013-12-01 – 2013-12-08
Sharmanska V, Quadrianto N, Lampert C. Learning to rank using privileged information. In: IEEE; 2013:825-832. doi:10.1109/ICCV.2013.107
Sharmanska, V., Quadrianto, N., & Lampert, C. (2013). Learning to rank using privileged information (pp. 825–832). Presented at the ICCV: International Conference on Computer Vision, Sydney, Australia: IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCV.2013.107
Sharmanska, Viktoriia, Novi Quadrianto, and Christoph Lampert. “Learning to Rank Using Privileged Information,” 825–32. IEEE, 2013. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCV.2013.107.
V. Sharmanska, N. Quadrianto, and C. Lampert, “Learning to rank using privileged information,” presented at the ICCV: International Conference on Computer Vision, Sydney, Australia, 2013, pp. 825–832.
Sharmanska V, Quadrianto N, Lampert C. 2013. Learning to rank using privileged information. ICCV: International Conference on Computer Vision 825–832.
Sharmanska, Viktoriia, et al. Learning to Rank Using Privileged Information. IEEE, 2013, pp. 825–32, doi:10.1109/ICCV.2013.107.
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