Adaptive Metric Learning For Zero-Shot Recognition

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Adaptive Metric Learning For Zero-Shot Recognition

By: 
Huajie Jiang; Ruiping Wang; Shiguang Shan; Xilin Chen

Zero-shot learning (ZSL) has enjoyed great popularity in recent years due to its ability to recognize novel objects, where semantic information is exploited to build up relations among different categories. Traditional ZSL approaches usually focus on learning more robust visual-semantic embeddings among seen classes and directly apply them to the unseen classes without considering whether they are suitable. It is well known that domain gap exists between seen and unseen classes. In order to tackle such problem, we propose a novel adaptive metric learning approach to measure the compatibility between visual samples and class semantics, where class similarities are utilized to adapt the visual-semantic embedding to the unseen classes. Extensive experiments on four benchmark ZSL datasets show the effectiveness of the proposed approach.

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