2014
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Abstract: in Pittsburgh, PA USA. CollaborateCom 2012 received 110 submissions. Every submission received at least two reviews with most receiving three reviews. The review process was followed by extensive online discussions for selecting the final set of papers for the conference. The final program had 26 full research papers, 19 application papers and 9 invited papers. Based on the paper topics, review feedback from the program committee members, follow up discussions among PC members, and discussions with sessions ch… Show more

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“…To achieve the relative position coordinates dx(A), dy(A) and dw(A) of the bounding box in the case of Ground Truth, a 36-dimensional convolution mechanism is conducted by the accumulative kernel. The original image is mapped with every point on the feature map in which “anchor point” is described by each pixel ( Ramaswamy et al, 2014 ). Each anchor point is utilized to be positioned of multiple anchors of different sizes.…”
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“…To achieve the relative position coordinates dx(A), dy(A) and dw(A) of the bounding box in the case of Ground Truth, a 36-dimensional convolution mechanism is conducted by the accumulative kernel. The original image is mapped with every point on the feature map in which “anchor point” is described by each pixel ( Ramaswamy et al, 2014 ). Each anchor point is utilized to be positioned of multiple anchors of different sizes.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The accumulative kernel performs a 36-dimensional convolution operation to obtain the relative position coordinates of the bounding box for Ground Truth, and obtain the relative position coordinates dx(A), dy(A) and dw(A) of the bounding box for Ground Truth. The setting method of the nine bounding boxes corresponding to each feature map element is: The point of the convolved feature map is mapped to the position of the original picture, and each point on the feature map is mapped onto the original picture (each pixel is set as an ''anchor point'') [32]. In this way, several anchors of different sizes (that is, the surrounding bounding boxes) are placed on each anchor point.…”
Section: ) Introduction To Faster R-cnnmentioning