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Exploring Spatial Correlation for Visual Object Retrieval

Miaojing Shi, Xinghai Sun, Dacheng Tao, Chao Xu, George Baciu, Hong Liu
2015 ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology  
BOVW does not consider the spatial correlation between visual words in natural images, and thus, biases the generated visual words towards noise when the corresponding visual features are not stable.  ...  Based on this co-occurrence matrix, we first present a novel high-order predictor to accelerate the generation of spatially correlated visual words, and a penalty tree (PTree) to continue generating the  ...  In this manner, (14) is approximated to Alg. 1 Exploring Spatial Correlation for Visual Object Retrieval Input: query image y, maximum number of searched nodes m Output: ranked list Image Representation  ... 
doi:10.1145/2641576 fatcat:jibn2tavdjezhbrr6wzdvy2x6e

Distinct Hippocampal versus Frontoparietal Network Contributions to Retrieval and Memory-guided Exploration

Donna J. Bridge, Neal J. Cohen, Joel L. Voss
2017 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Following retrieval of one object in a multi-object array, viewing was strategically directed away from the retrieved object toward nonretrieved objects, such that exploration was directed towards to-be-learned  ...  We examined eye movements during fMRI scanning to identify neural correlates of the influences of memory retrieval on exploration and learning.  ...  We thank Elise Gagnon and Bianca Marin for assistance with data collection and Peter Winter for helpful discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn_a_01143 pmid:28471729 pmcid:PMC5689086 fatcat:5s5wapicfretbjjjz4yshkzmta

Eye Movements Actively Reinstate Spatiotemporal Mnemonic Content

Jordana S. Wynn, Kelly Shen, Jennifer D. Ryan
2019 Vision  
Eye movements support memory encoding by binding distinct elements of the visual world into coherent representations. However, the role of eye movements in memory retrieval is less clear.  ...  We review research linking gaze reinstatement to retrieval, describe the neural integration between the oculomotor and memory systems, and discuss implications for models of oculomotor control, memory,  ...  correlated significantly with memory for relative, but not absolute object locations.  ... 
doi:10.3390/vision3020021 pmid:31735822 pmcid:PMC6802778 fatcat:mqen6jrxgjabrncslgmu3wikii

Multi-Scale Visual Semantics Aggregation with Self-Attention for End-to-End Image-Text Matching

Zhuobin Zheng, Youcheng Ben, Chun Yuan
2019 Asian Conference on Machine Learning  
For each instance candidate, we explore two variants of self-attention mechanisms to model its correlation with others and aggregate similar semantics, which exploits flexible spatial dependencies between  ...  Specifically, feature maps with spatial size k × k are first divided into k 2 instance candidates.  ...  Other works explored the alignment of visual objects and textual words.  ... 
dblp:conf/acml/ZhengBY19 fatcat:flfxwbpp6rdatn4nj3xva4yh2y

Illustrative shadows

Felix Ritter, Henry Sonnet, Knut Hartmann, Thomas Strothotte
2003 Proceedings of the 8th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '03  
Users interactively explore spatial relations in realistic shaded virtual models while functional correlations and additional textual information are presented on additional projection layers using a semantic  ...  This paper proposes the concept of Illustrative Shadows for a tight integration of interactive 3D graphics and schematic depictions using the shadow metaphor.  ...  Secondly, the inset framing complicates the visualization of object correlations, e.g. by lines.  ... 
doi:10.1145/604045.604072 dblp:conf/iui/RitterSHS03 fatcat:bmcvpt426raxhb5xzb3aayronm

Vision and Touch: Multiple or Multisensory Representations of Objects?

Simon Lacey, Christine Campbell, K Sathian
2007 Perception  
We explore the relevance of visual imagery processes and highlight areas for further research, including the neglected question of asymmetric performance in the visuo^haptic cross-modal memory paradigm  ...  The relationship between visually and haptically derived representations of objects is an important question in multisensory processing and, increasingly, in mental representation.  ...  Visuo-spatial abilities of children are indeed correlated with cross-modal memory performance for both familiar (Johnson et al 1989) and unfamiliar objects (Stoltz-Loike and Bornstein 1987); and`good  ... 
doi:10.1068/p5850 pmid:18265834 fatcat:ke62vxlkbjdzbkn55dkbkwkel4

Active Navigation in Virtual Environments Benefits Spatial Memory in Older Adults

Melissa Meade, John Meade, Hélène Sauzeon, Myra Fernandes
2019 Brain Sciences  
We investigated age differences in memory for spatial routes that were either actively or passively encoded.  ...  Regression analyses showed that age and score on the Hooper Visual Organizational test predicted spatial memory accuracy, following the passive and active encoding of routes.  ...  For example, Sauzéon and colleagues [26] demonstrated that older adults had better memories for objects in a virtual apartment following active exploration rather than a passively guided tour.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci9030047 pmid:30813536 pmcid:PMC6468686 fatcat:n6lvumsjybe4tl5jv337qx5qo4

User Perspectives on Spatial Relationships in Describing Images

Zurina Muda, H. Lewis Paul
2013 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
The terms frequency of each spatial relationships is also discussed in a form of correlations matrix for detecting significant relations of  ...  Image retrieval is stimulating activities and new approach is essential to improve the inference of semantic relationship of image annotation for low-level feature, enhance semantic retrieval and bridging  ...  Correlations Based on Terms Here we consider correlations between terms assigned to images in order to explore whether significant relations between images can be discovered based on the spatial terms  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2013.12.276 fatcat:roqenpc5rne2lngyad2d3o6bre

Category-Specific Nuance Exploration Network for Fine-Grained Object Retrieval

Shijie Wang, Zhihui Wang, Haojie Li, Wanli Ouyang
2022 PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTIETH AAAI CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE TWENTY-EIGHTH INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE  
Employing additional prior knowledge to model local features as a final fine-grained object representation has become a trend for fine-grained object retrieval (FGOR).  ...  constructs a consistent semantic correspondence for each CARE map of the same order with the same subcategory via guaranteeing each instance and its transformed counterpart to be spatially aligned.  ...  Nuance Modelling Module Understanding discriminative semantics among subcategories is a prerequisite for retrieving visually similar images.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aaai.v36i3.20152 fatcat:s4g7eipzmbhfpk6dwnfr7nrp2u

Improving bag-of-visual-words model with spatial-temporal correlation for video retrieval

Lei Wang, Dawei Song, Eyad Elyan
2012 Proceedings of the 21st ACM international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '12  
To tackle these limitations, in this paper, we propose to discover Spatial-Temporal Correlations (STC) imposed by the query example to improve the BovW model for video retrieval.  ...  Most of the state-of-art approaches to Query-by-Example (QBE) video retrieval are based on the Bag-of-visual-Words (BovW) representation of visual content.  ...  temporal correlation (STC) for QBE video retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2396761.2398433 dblp:conf/cikm/WangSE12 fatcat:gtcucguihnc3ff7ygefqxypvty

Deep Attribute-preserving Metric Learning for Natural Language Object Retrieval

Jianan Li, Yunchao Wei, Xiaodan Liang, Fang Zhao, Jianshu Li, Tingfa Xu, Jiashi Feng
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on Multimedia Conference - MM '17  
We define "attributes" as the common concepts that are informative for object retrieval and can be easily learned from both visual content and language expression.  ...  In this paper, we propose to exploit sharable semantic attributes as "anchors" to ensure the learned features are well aligned across domains for better object retrieval.  ...  object retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3123266.3123439 dblp:conf/mm/LiWLZLXF17 fatcat:rcirnxocmrbdbhogyuq4hmanji

Sequential/Spatial, a Survey of Interactive Information Retrieval Methods for Controlled Experimentation and Evaluation [article]

Michael Segundo Ortz
2019 arXiv   pre-print
This survey presents studies that investigated non-spatial (sequential) and spatial information retrieval systems in parallel during a battery of information-seeking tasks with respect to user navigational  ...  I consider how information theory has contributed to the concepts of foraging, sense-making, exploration, and how the applied areas of interactive information retrieval (IIR) and cognitive/behavioral psychology  ...  Moreover, all spatial-semantic information retrieval system architectures are visualizations however, not all visualizations are spatially and semantically encoded.  ... 
arXiv:1911.01318v1 fatcat:sxrphnolfvby7hhpoljisswwwq

A Putative Model of Multisensory Object Representation

Simon Lacey, Noa Tal, Amir Amedi, K. Sathian
2009 Brain Topography  
We suggest that such access is modulated by object familiarity: spatial imagery may be more important for unfamiliar objects and involve IPS foci in facilitating somatosensory inputs to the LOC; by contrast  ...  Drawing on a recent distinction between object-and spatially-based visual imagery, we propose a putative model in which LOtv, a subregion of LOC, contains a modality-independent representation of geometric  ...  Thus, we suggest exploring 'object' and 'spatial' imagery as opposed to an undifferentiated 'visual' imagery approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10548-009-0087-4 pmid:19330441 pmcid:PMC3156680 fatcat:2r7pk7ghbzdndjj6iculqiq3g4

Cortical regions recruited for complex active-learning strategies and action planning exhibit rapid reactivation during memory retrieval

Joel L. Voss, Ashley Galvan, Brian D. Gonsalves
2011 Neuropsychologia  
Memory performance was superior for actively studied objects, and unique ERP retrieval correlates for these objects were identified when subjects remembered the specific spatial locations at which objects  ...  To address this question, we compared ERP correlates of memory retrieval for objects that had been studied in an active manner involving action planning and strategic processing to those for objects that  ...  condition, and would take the form of a frontal shift in ERP correlates of retrieval selectively for those objects for which spatial information was retrieved.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2011.10.012 pmid:22023912 pmcid:PMC3223278 fatcat:fay4oy6kqvc7ra4onx2nswxzky

Sleep benefits in parallel implicit and explicit measures of episodic memory

F. D. Weber, J.-Y. Wang, J. Born, M. Inostroza
2014 Learning & memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.)  
Research in rats using preferences during exploration as a measure of memory has indicated that sleep is important for the consolidation of episodic-like memory, i.e., memory for an event bound into specific  ...  We used spontaneous preferences during visual exploration and verbal recall as, respectively, implicit and explicit measures of memory, to study effects of sleep on episodic memory consolidation in humans  ...  Jungbluth for sharing their experiences with eye-tracking technology. This study was funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft SFB 654 (Plasticity and Sleep). J.  ... 
doi:10.1101/lm.033530.113 pmid:24634354 pmcid:PMC3966543 fatcat:gdyrq3bravh5ja6pys7xgcy2lq
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