PROJECT TITLE :
Monocular Depth-Ordering Reasoning with Occlusion Edge Detection and Couple Layers Inference
A depth-ordering reasoning approach 1st provides novel occlusion edge detection, generating precise same-layer relationship judgment and producing reliable region proposals for the depth-ordering inference. Specifically, a novel sparsity-induced regression model learns a discriminative feature subspace. In addition, kernel ridge regression assigns the occlusion label for every edge. The kernel trick guarantees linearly separable edges in an exceedingly rich, high-dimensional feature space. Secondly, a pair layers inference approach infers the final depth order. In the semilocal layer, a novel triple descriptor judges the foreground relationship. In the worldwide layer, the inference is executed by finding a legitimate path on a directed graph model. The proposed approach is validated on the Cornell depth-order and NYU a pair of datasets.
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