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How to use dense sift in multi-class image classification #150

xuesongle opened this Issue Aug 1, 2018 · 0 comments


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xuesongle commented Aug 1, 2018

Hi, Jonathon:

I intend to compare the classification results of small objects (64x64) at fixed size between HOG and dense sift. As I noticed that the number of feature descriptors from HOG is one, while the number of feature descriptors are many from dense SIFT. I am thinking of two approaches to in dense SIFT case. In the first case, I concatenate all the descriptors together into a single one. In the 2nd case, I use the bag of words approach, create a codebook first, then use the histogram of features as a final feature vector before sending it to a classifier.

Which approach do you think is more appropriate?


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