Review on deep learning based techniques for person re-identification

Review on deep learning based techniques for person re-identification

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Publicado en 3C TIC – Volume 11 Issue 2 (Ed. 41)




In-depth study has recently been concentrated on human re-identification, which is a crucial component of automated video surveillance. Re-identification is the act of identifying someone in photos or videos acquired from other cameras after they have already been recognized in an image or video from one camera. Re-identification, which involves generating consistent labelling between several cameras, or even just one camera, is required to reconnect missing or interrupted tracks. In addition to surveillance, it may be used in forensics, multimedia, and robotics.Re-identification of the person is a difficult problem since their look fluctuates across many cameras with visual ambiguity and spatiotemporal uncertainty. These issues can be largely caused by inadequate video feeds or lowresolution photos that are full of unnecessary facts and prevent re-identification. The geographical or temporal restrictions of the challenge are difficult to capture. The computer vision research community has given the problem a lot of attention because of how widely used and valuable it is. In this article, we look at the issue of human re-identification and discuss some viable approaches.


Palabras clave


Person re-identification, Supervised Learning, Unsupervised Learning.

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