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Continuous Object Recognition

2 papers with code · Computer Vision
Subtask of Object Recognition

Continuous object recognition is the task of performing object recognition on a data stream and learning continuously, trying to mitigate issues such as catastrophic forgetting.

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Lifelong Learning of Spatiotemporal Representations with Dual-Memory Recurrent Self-Organization

28 May 2018giparisi/GDM

Both growing networks can expand in response to novel sensory experience: the episodic memory learns fine-grained spatiotemporal representations of object instances in an unsupervised fashion while the semantic memory uses task-relevant signals to regulate structural plasticity levels and develop more compact representations from episodic experience.

ACTIVE LEARNING CONTINUOUS OBJECT RECOGNITION

CORe50: a New Dataset and Benchmark for Continuous Object Recognition

9 May 2017lifelong-robotic-vision/lifelong-object-recognition-challenge

Continuous/Lifelong learning of high-dimensional data streams is a challenging research problem.

CONTINUOUS OBJECT RECOGNITION