Learning to Detect and Match Keypoints with Deep Architectures

Feature detection and description is a pivotal step in many computer vision pipelines. Traditionally, human engineered features have been the main workhorse in this domain. In this paper, we present a novel approach for learning to detect and describe keypoints from images leveraging deep architectures. To allow for a learning based approach, we collect a large-scale dataset of patches with matching multiscale keypoints. The proposed model learns from this vast dataset to identify and describe meaningful keypoints. We evaluate our model for the effectiveness of its learned representations for detecting multiscale keypoints and describing their respective support regions.

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2016

Learning to Detect and Match Keypoints with Deep Architectures

Altwaijry, Hani; Veit, Andreas; Belongie, Serge

Learning to Detect and Match Keypoints with Deep Architectures

British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC), York, UK, 2016.

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