Visual Tracking via Superpositional Matching

Visual Tracking via Superpositional Matching – We propose a new framework for video prediction and visual comparison that combines deep learning and deep learning with convolutional neural network (CNN) using semi-supervised learning. Our framework aims to use CNNs to improve the accuracy of video prediction as well as improve the quality of comparisons. We show that Deep CNNs outperforms CNNs in the task of video ranking using supervised learning. Further, we show that CNNs can boost performance by utilizing the semantic relationship between videos. Finally, we provide a detailed analysis of how the proposed method converges to a new state of the art performance.

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Visual Tracking via Superpositional Matching

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