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Learning Deep Structured Multi-Scale Features using Attention-Gated CRFs for Contour Prediction

Dan Xu 1 Wanli Ouyang 2 Xavier Alameda-Pineda 3 Elisa Ricci 4 Xiaogang Wang 5 Nicu Sebe 1 
3 PERCEPTION - Interpretation and Modelling of Images and Videos
Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, Grenoble INP - Institut polytechnique de Grenoble - Grenoble Institute of Technology, LJK - Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann
Abstract : Recent works have shown that exploiting multi-scale representations deeply learned via convolutional neural networks (CNN) is of tremendous importance for accurate contour detection. This paper presents a novel approach for predicting contours which advances the state of the art in two fundamental aspects, i.e. multi-scale feature generation and fusion. Different from previous works directly considering multi-scale feature maps obtained from the inner layers of a primary CNN architecture, we introduce a hierarchical deep model which produces more rich and complementary representations. Furthermore, to refine and robustly fuse the representations learned at different scales, the novel Attention-Gated Conditional Random Fields (AG-CRFs) are proposed. The experiments ran on two publicly available datasets (BSDS500 and NYUDv2) demonstrate the effectiveness of the latent AG-CRF model and of the overall hierarchical framework.
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Dan Xu, Wanli Ouyang, Xavier Alameda-Pineda, Elisa Ricci, Xiaogang Wang, et al.. Learning Deep Structured Multi-Scale Features using Attention-Gated CRFs for Contour Prediction. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, Dec 2017, Long Beach, United States. pp.3961-3970. ⟨hal-01646112⟩



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