Pose and Illumination Invariance of Attribute Detectors in Person Re-identification

 
 
 
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    The use of attributes in person re-identification and video surveillance applications has grabbed attentions of many researchers in recent times. Attributes are suitable tools for mid-level representation of a part or a region in an image as it is more similar to human perception as compared to the quantitative nature of the normal visual features description of those parts. Hence, in this paper, the preliminary experimental results to evaluate the robustness of attribute detectors against pose and light variations in contrast to the use of local appearance features is discussed. Results attained proven that the attribute-based detectors are capable to overcome the negative impact of pose and light variation towards person re-identification activities. In addition, the degree of importance of different attributes in re-identification is evaluated and compared with other previous works in this field.

     

     


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    person re-identification; Attribute; metric learning.

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Article ID: 20796
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.11.20796




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