Multistream ValidNet: Improving 6D Object Pose Estimation by Automatic Multistream Validation

06/12/2021
by   Joy Mazumder, et al.
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This work presents a novel approach to improve the results of pose estimation by detecting and distinguishing between the occurrence of True and False Positive results. It achieves this by training a binary classifier on the output of an arbitrary pose estimation algorithm, and returns a binary label indicating the validity of the result. We demonstrate that our approach improves upon a state-of-the-art pose estimation result on the Siléane dataset, outperforming a variation of the alternative CullNet method by 4.15 in average class accuracy and 0.73 our method can also improve the pose estimation average precision results of Op-Net by 6.06

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