Author Niki Martinel
Today the lab member Niki Martinel gave a talk at the University of Ljubljana covering the recent “Advances in Person Re-Identification”
Our paper entitled “Sparse Matching of Random Patches for Person Re-Identification” and presented at the 8th IEEE/ACM Int’l Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras (ICDSC) received the best paper award!Congratulations to Niki and Christian!
Title: Sparse Matching of Random Patches for Person Re-Idenfitication Authors : Niki Martinel and Christian Micheloni Conference: International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras (ICDSC) Most of the open challenges in person re-identification are introduced by the large variations of human appearance and from the different camera views deployed to monitor the environment. To tackle
Title: Saliency Weighted Features for Person Re-Identification Authors : Niki Martinel , Christian Micheloni , Gian Luca Foresti Conference: European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) The solution, inspired by human gazing capabilities, wants to identify the salient regions of a given person. Such regions are used as a weighting tool in the image feature extraction
Title: Person Orientation and Feature Distances Boost Re-Identification Authors : Jorge Garcìa , Niki Martinel , Gian Luca Foresti , Alfredo Gardel , Christian Micheloni Conference: International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR) Most of the open challenges in person re-identification arise from the large variations of human appearance and from the different camera views that may
Title: Classification of Local Eigen-Dissimilarities for Person Re-Identification Authors : Niki Martinel , Christian Micheloni Journal: IEEE Signal Processing Letters 22 (4): 455-459, 2015 The task of re-identifying a person that moves across cameras fields-of-view is a challenge to the community known as the person re-identification problem. State-of-the art approaches are either based on direct