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A Bottom-Up Clustering Approach to Unsupervised Person Re-identification

Pytorch implementation for our paper [Link]. This code is based on the Open-ReID library.

Updates

We found a bug and fixed it by deleting line 269~270 in reid/bottom_up.py. These two lines are used to initialize the memory vector by the averaged feature of each new cluster. However, we made a mistake and used the feature from the previous iteration to initialize the memory. This would produce redundant classes and mismatch the memory vector and the cluster label. For example, the 89th cluster might contain a memory vector from the 90th image by mistake. Coincidentally, in loading datasets, images of the same identity are adjacent in indexes. Therefore, the mistake will teach the model to pull the features of the adjacent two clusters close to each other, which utilizes some supervised information involuntarily. We corrected this mistake by initializing the memory vector by zeros at each iteration. We are sorry for the mistake we made and for any inconvenience caused. We have updated our paper [Link] and code.

The updated performances on the four re-ID datasets are listed below:

rank-1 rank-5 rank-10 mAP
Market-1501 61.9 73.5 78.2 29.6
DukeMTMC-reID 40.4 52.5 58.2 22.1
MARS 55.1 68.3 72.8 29.4
DukeMTMC-VideoReID 74.8 86.8 89.7 66.7

Preparation

Dependencies

  • Python 3.6
  • PyTorch (version >= 0.4.1)
  • h5py, scikit-learn, metric-learn, tqdm

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Usage

sh ./run.sh

--size_penalty parameter lambda to balance the diversity regularization term.

--merge_percent percent of data to merge at each iteration.

We utilize 1 GTX-1080TI GPU for training on image-based datasets and 2 GTX-1080TI GPUs for training on video-based datasets.

Citation

Please cite the following paper in your publications if it helps your research:

@inproceedings{lin2019bottom,
    title={A bottom-up clustering approach to unsupervised person re-identification},
    author={Lin, Yutian and Dong, Xuanyi and Zheng, Liang and Yan, Yan and Yang, Yi},
    booktitle={AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)},
    volume={2},
    pages={1--8},
    year={2019}
    }

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A Bottom-Up Clustering Approach to Unsupervised Person Re-identification, AAAI 2019 (Oral)

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