TTVOS: Lightweight Video Object Segmentation with Adaptive Template Attention Module and Temporal Consistency Loss

11/09/2020 ∙ by Hyojin Park, et al. ∙ 4

Semi-supervised video object segmentation (semi-VOS) is widely used in many applications. This task is tracking class-agnostic objects by a given segmentation mask. For doing this, various approaches have been developed based on optical flow, online-learning, and memory networks. These methods show high accuracy but are hard to be utilized in real-world applications due to slow inference time and tremendous complexity. To resolve this problem, template matching methods are devised for fast processing speed, sacrificing lots of performance. We introduce a novel semi-VOS model based on a temple matching method and a novel temporal consistency loss to reduce the performance gap from heavy models while expediting inference time a lot. Our temple matching method consists of short-term and long-term matching. The short-term matching enhances target object localization, while long-term matching improves fine details and handles object shape-changing through the newly proposed adaptive template attention module. However, the long-term matching causes error-propagation due to the inflow of the past estimated results when updating the template. To mitigate this problem, we also propose a temporal consistency loss for better temporal coherence between neighboring frames by adopting the concept of a transition matrix. Our model obtains 79.5 on the DAVIS16 benchmark.



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