Joint Embeddings of Scene Graphs and ImagesDownload PDF

27 May 2024 (modified: 19 Feb 2017)ICLR 2017 workshop submissionReaders: Everyone
Abstract: Multimodal representations of text and images have become popular in recent years. Text however has inherent ambiguities when describing visual scenes, leading to the recent development of datasets with detailed graphical descriptions in the form of scene graphs. We consider the task of joint representation of semantically precise scene graphs and images. We propose models for representing scene graphs and aligning them with images. We investigate methods based on bag-of-words, subpath representations, as well as neural networks. Our investigation proposes and contrasts several models which can address this task and highlights some unique challenges in both designing models and evaluation.
TL;DR: We propose models for embedding scene graphs in a joint space with images
Conflicts: inria.fr, centralesupelec.fr, kuleuven.be, cs.toronto.edu
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