Improving Person Re-Identification Performance Using Body Mask Via Cross-Learning Strategy
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- 2019 IEEE International Conference on Visual Communications and Image Processing, VCIP 2019, 2019
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© 2019 IEEE. The task of person re-identification (re-id) is to find the same pedestrian across non-overlapping cameras. Normally, the performance of person re-id can be affected by background clutters. However, existing segmentation algorithms are hard to obtain perfect foreground person images. To effectively leverage the body (foreground) cue, and in the meantime pay attention to discriminative information in the background (e.g., companion or vehicle), we propose to use a cross-learning strategy to take both foreground and other discriminative information into account. In addition, since currently existing foreground segmentation result always involves noise, we use Label Smoothing Regularization (LSR) to strengthen the generalization capability during our learning process. In experiments, we pick up two state-of-The-Art person re-id methods to verify the effectiveness of our proposed cross-learning strategy. Our experiments are carried out on two publicly available person re-id datasets. Obvious performance improvements can be observed on both datasets.
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