BOV

(redirected from Bag of Visual Words)
AcronymDefinition
BOVBlow Off Valve
BOVBlow Off Valve (turbochargers)
BOVBank Of Valletta (Malta)
BOVBest of Variety (animal competition category)
BOVBoard Of Visitors
BOVBoard of Variance (California)
BOVBusiness Operational View
BOVBuffer Overrun Vulnerability
BOVBusy Override
BOVBranch Overflow
BOVBottom of Vessel
BOVBristol Old Vic (UK)
BOVBoards of Visitors (UK Home Office)
BOVBag-on-Valve (high-pressure propellants)
BOVBias Output Voltage (electrical power)
BOVBand of Vikings (Danville High School; Illinois)
BOVBug Out Vehicle
BOVBest of Vancouver (Canada)
BOVButtons Over Video (DVD)
BOVBail Out Valve (rebreather)
BOVBroker’s Opinion of Value
BOVBorbeno Oklopno Vozilo (Croatian: Armoured Personnel Carrier)
BOVBlades of Vengeance (gaming clan)
BOVBag of Visual Words (image content analysis)
BOVBrothers of Vengeance (gaming clan)
BOVBack-Order Validation
BOVBelgische Orthoptische Vereniging (Dutch: Belgian Orthoptic Association)
BOVBack of the Valley (East Bay, San Francisco)
BOVBrown Oil of Vitriol (commercial sulphuric acid)
BOVBlurry of Vision
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When key points are mapped into visual words, we can represent an image as a "bag of visual words", where during the classification task it is used as a feature vector [13].
Keywords: bag of visual words improvement, bag of features, visual vocabulary, visual codebook, object categorization, object class recognition, object classification
Namely, we design a new pooling layer inspired by the spatial bag of visual words that pools extracted descriptors into a fixed image representation and its parameters are learnable via back-propagation.
Conclusively, the notion is to implement BOVW (Bag of Visual Words) in 3D model retrieval application to get fruitful results [2], [4].
Vehicle classification based on a bag of visual words and range images usage
Methods providing a compromise between the computational complexity and quality of results are methods based on bag of visual words model introduced by [1].
Papamarkos, "Distinction between handwritten and machine-printed text based on the bag of visual words model," Pattern Recognition, vol.
Laaksonen, "Spatial extensions to bag of visual words," in Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Image and Video Retrieval (CIVR '09), pp.
Each descriptor in the image is then mapped to the nearest visual word in the vocabulary (vector quantization) and this forms a bag of visual words for each image.
In this section, we will briefly review one of the approaches, bag of visual words (BOW).
Also, spatial pyramids are considered as other popular hierarchical structures for adding location information to Bag of Visual Words image representation model e.g.
The appearance of bag of visual words (BoVW) model [1-5] has taken the first step toward transition from low level visual features to high level semantic concepts; it is currently the mainstream method in the image classification field.