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ConvNet and LSH-Based Visual Localization Using Localized Sequence Matching

Abstract : Convolutional Network (ConvNet), with its strong image representation ability, has achieved significant progress in the computer vision and robotic fields. In this paper, we propose a visual localization approach based on place recognition that combines the powerful ConvNet features and localized image sequence matching. The image distance matrix is constructed based on the cosine distance of extracted ConvNet features, and then a sequence search technique is applied on this distance matrix for the final visual recognition. To speed up the computational efficiency, the locality sensitive hashing (LSH) method is applied to achieve real-time performances with minimal accuracy degradation. We present extensive experiments on four real world data sets to evaluate each of the specific challenges in visual recognition. A comprehensive performance comparison of different ConvNet layers (each defining a level of features) considering both appearance and illumination changes is conducted. Compared with the traditional approaches based on hand-crafted features and single image matching, the proposed method shows good performances even in the presence of appearance and illumination changes.
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Yongliang Qiao, Cindy Cappelle, Yassine Ruichek, Tao Yang. ConvNet and LSH-Based Visual Localization Using Localized Sequence Matching. Sensors, 2019, 19 (11), pp.2439. ⟨10.3390/s19112439⟩. ⟨hal-02337663⟩



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