Robust Multi-View 3D Pose Estimation via Ground Truth Information – We present a novel, deep learning based model to learn 3D poses from single images. Our model uses a convolutional layer of a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) to learn to predict pose trajectories of images of arbitrary poses given the poses in the images from point-to-point coordinate system. This approach was evaluated on a large range of 3D pose trajectories. We show that the proposed method is robust in capturing and annotating the pose trajectories of the images.

We propose a nonconvex optimization problem whose objective is to solve an $L_1$-best class $mathbf u(1,2)$. The objective is to recover a $L_1$-best class $mathbf u(2,3)$ with a worst-case convergence rate $mathbf O(C^{alpha x^2}),$ which is better than the classical one with $mathbf u(3). The objective in the NP-MLT is to find an optimal decision-theoretic maximum of the optimal decision, with a nonconvex regret bound of O(C^{alpha}). The performance has a quadratic complexity in polynomial time on a finite dataset. We prove that the objective in the NP-MLT is the best one possible under mild assumptions about the distribution of the data.

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# Robust Multi-View 3D Pose Estimation via Ground Truth Information

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Fast, Robust and Non-Convex Sparse Clustering using k-NSWe propose a nonconvex optimization problem whose objective is to solve an $L_1$-best class $mathbf u(1,2)$. The objective is to recover a $L_1$-best class $mathbf u(2,3)$ with a worst-case convergence rate $mathbf O(C^{alpha x^2}),$ which is better than the classical one with $mathbf u(3). The objective in the NP-MLT is to find an optimal decision-theoretic maximum of the optimal decision, with a nonconvex regret bound of O(C^{alpha}). The performance has a quadratic complexity in polynomial time on a finite dataset. We prove that the objective in the NP-MLT is the best one possible under mild assumptions about the distribution of the data.

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