Hotel Recognition via Latent Image Embedding

06/15/2021
by   Boris Tseytlin, et al.
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We approach the problem of hotel recognition with deep metric learning. We overview the existing approaches and propose a modification to Contrastive loss called Contrastive-Triplet loss. We construct a robust pipeline for benchmarking metric learning models and perform experiments on Hotels-50K and CUB200 datasets. Contrastive-Triplet loss is shown to achieve better retrieval on Hotels-50k. We open-source our code.

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