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Global-Supervised Contrastive Loss and View-Aware-Based Post-Processing for Vehicle Re-Identification

by   Zhijun Hu, et al.

In this paper, we propose a Global-Supervised Contrastive loss and a view-aware-based post-processing (VABPP) method for the field of vehicle re-identification. The traditional supervised contrastive loss calculates the distances of features within the batch, so it has the local attribute. While the proposed Global-Supervised Contrastive loss has new properties and has good global attributes, the positive and negative features of each anchor in the training process come from the entire training set. The proposed VABPP method is the first time that the view-aware-based method is used as a post-processing method in the field of vehicle re-identification. The advantages of VABPP are that, first, it is only used during testing and does not affect the training process. Second, as a post-processing method, it can be easily integrated into other trained re-id models. We directly apply the view-pair distance scaling coefficient matrix calculated by the model trained in this paper to another trained re-id model, and the VABPP method greatly improves its performance, which verifies the feasibility of the VABPP method.


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