On the design of robust classifiers for computer vision
published: July 19, 2010, recorded: June 2010, views: 667
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The design of robust classifiers, which can contend with the noisy and outlier ridden datasets typical of computer vision, is studied. It is argued that such robustness requires loss functions that penalize both large positive and negative margins. The probability elicitation view of classifier design is adopted, and a set of necessary conditions for the design of such losses is identified. These conditions are used to derive a novel robust Bayes-consistent loss, denoted Tangent loss, and an associated boosting algorithm, denoted TangentBoost. Experiments with data from the computer vision problems of scene classification, object tracking, and multiple instance learning show that TangentBoost consistently outperforms previous boosting algorithms.
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