Efficient PSD Constrained Asymmetric Metric Learning for Person Re-identification

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Problems with existing metric learning methods:

  • Applying PSD: expensive
  • No PSD: noisy
  • pos/neg samples: largely unbalanced

Contributions:

  • APG solution to the PSD constrained logistic metric learning problem
  • Asymmetric pos/neg sample weights to balance pos/neg costs

Advantages:

  • PSD+APG leads to low rank and smooth metric
  • APG solution is fast in convergence
  • PSD and asymmetric weights lead to notable improvements

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Results:

mlapg-rank
mlapg-dims

Fig. 1. Fast rank shrinkage.

Fig. 2. Effect of low rank selection.

mlapg-psd

mlapg-weight

Fig. 3. Improvement by PSD.

Fig. 4. Improvement by weighting.

Table 1. Summary of results (%) for the proposed MLAPG algorithm

Database Rank 1 Rank 5 Rank 10 Rank 15 Rank 20
VIPeR 40.73 69.94 82.34 88.48 92.37
QMUL Grid 16.64 33.12 41.20 48.16 52.96
CUHK01 64.24 85.41 90.84 93.35 94.92
CUHK03 Labeled 57.96 87.09 94.74 97.04 98.00
CUHK03 Detected 51.15 83.55 92.05 95.30 96.90

Note: CMC curves of the proposed MLAPG algorithm can be downloaded in cmc_curves.zip

Contact:

youxiang

National Laboratory of Pattern Recognition, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

References:

[1]Shengcai Liao and Stan Z. Li, “Efficient PSD Constrained Asymmetric Metric Learning for Person Re-identification.” In IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV 2015), December 11-18, Santiago, Chile, 2015. [pdf][poster]

Last updated: Dec. 8, 2015

 

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