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Deep Relational Metric Learning

This repository is the official PyTorch implementation of Deep Relational Metric Learning, which is based on another repository GeDML.

News

  • [2021-12-14]: Update gedml to the newest version 2.0.1.

Framework

AEL

DRML

Datasets

CUB-200-2011

Download from here.

Organize the dataset as follows:

- cub200
    |- train
    |   |- class0
    |   |   |- image0_1
    |   |   |- ...
    |   |- ...
    |- test
        |- class100
        |   |- image100_1
        |   |- ...
        |- ...

Cars196

Download from here.

Organize the dataset as follows:

- cars196
    |- train
    |   |- class0
    |   |   |- image0_1
    |   |   |- ...
    |   |- ...
    |- test
        |- class98
        |   |- image98_1
        |   |- ...
        |- ...

Requirements

To install requirements:

pip install -r requirements.txt

Training

Baseline models

To train the baseline model with the ProxyAnchor loss on CUB200, run this command:

CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=0 python examples/demo.py --data_path /home/zbr/Workspace/datasets --save_path /home/zbr/Workspace/exp/DRML --device 0 --batch_size 180 --test_batch_size 180 --setting proxy_anchor --embeddings_dim 512 --proxyanchor_margin 0.1 --proxyanchor_alpha 32 --num_classes 100 --wd 0.0001 --gamma 0.5 --step 10 --lr_trunk 0.0001 --lr_embedder 0.0001 --lr_collector 0.01 --dataset cub200 --delete_old --warm_up 1 --warm_up_list embedder collector 

DRML models

To train the proposed DRML model using the ProxyAnchor loss on CUB200 in the paper, run this command:

CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=0 python examples/demo.py --data_path /home/zbr/Workspace/datasets --save_path /home/zbr/Workspace/exp/DRML --device 0 --batch_size 180 --test_batch_size 180 --setting proxy_anchor_drml --embeddings_dim 512 --features_dim 1024 --branch_num 4 --proxyanchor_margin 0.2 --proxyanchor_alpha 64 --num_classes 100 --wd 0.0001 --gamma 0.5 --step 10 --lr_trunk 0.00005 --lr_embedder 0.001 --lr_collector 0.01 --weight_recon_loss 1 --weight_repre_loss 10 --dataset cub200 --delete_old --warm_up 1 --warm_up_list embedder ensemble repre 

Device

We tested our code on a linux machine with an Nvidia RTX 3090 GPU card. We recommend using a GPU card with a memory > 8GB (BN-Inception + batch-size of 120 ).

Results

The baseline models achieve the following performances:

Model name Recall @ 1 Recall @ 2 Recall @ 4 Recall @ 8 NMI
cub200-ProxyAnchor-baseline 67.3 77.7 85.7 91.4 68.7
cars196-ProxyAnchor-baseline 84.4 90.7 94.3 96.8 69.7

Our models achieve the following performances:

Model name Recall @ 1 Recall @ 2 Recall @ 4 Recall @ 8 NMI
cub200-ProxyAnchor-ours 68.7 78.6 86.3 91.6 69.3
cars196-ProxyAnchor-ours 86.9 92.1 95.2 97.4 72.1

COMING SOON

  • We will upload the code for cross-validation setting soon.

Citation

If you find our work useful in your research, please consider citing:

@inproceedings{zheng2021deep,
  title={Deep Relational Metric Learning},
  author={Zheng, Wenzhao and Zhang, Borui and Lu, Jiwen and Zhou, Jie},
  booktitle={Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF International Conference on Computer Vision},
  pages={12065--12074},
  year={2021}
}

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