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An Individual-Specific Strategy for Management of Reference Data in Adaptive Ensembles for Person Re-Identification

De-la-Torre, M. et Granger, Éric et Sabourin, Robert et Gorodnichy, D. O.. 2014. « An Individual-Specific Strategy for Management of Reference Data in Adaptive Ensembles for Person Re-Identification ». In 5th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP 2013) (London, UK, Dec. 16-17, 2013) Stevenage, UK : IET.

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In video surveillance, person re-identification refers to recognizing individuals of interest from faces captured across a network of video cameras. Face recognition in such applications is challenging because faces are captured with limited spatial and temporal constraints. In addition, facial models for recognition are commonly designed using limited reference samples from faces captured under specific conditions. Given new reference samples, updating facial models may allow maintaining a high level of performance over time. Although adaptive ensembles have been successfully applied to robust modeling of an individual’s face, reference data samples must be stored for validation. In this paper, a memory management strategy based on Kullback-Leiber (KL) divergence is proposed to rank and select the most relevant validation samples over time in adaptive individual-specific ensembles. When new reference data becomes available for an individual, updates to the corresponding ensembles are validated using a mixture of new and previously-stored samples. Only the samples with the highest KL divergence are preserved in memory for future adaptations. The strategy is compared with reference classifiers using videos from the FIA data set. Simulation results show that the proposed strategy tends to select samples of statistically different subjects (so-called “wolfs”) for validation, thereby reducing the number of samples per individual by up to 80%, yet maintaining a high level of performance.

Type de document: Compte rendu de conférence
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Granger, Éric
Sabourin, Robert
Affiliation: Génie de la production automatisée
Date de dépôt: 15 juill. 2014 14:00
Dernière modification: 25 janv. 2016 20:27
URI: http://espace2.etsmtl.ca/id/eprint/8245

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