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Image-image domain adaptation with preserved self-similarity and domain-dissimilarity for person re-identification
W Deng, L Zheng, Q Ye, G Kang, Y Yang, J Jiao
CVPR, 2018
8372018
Svdnet for pedestrian retrieval
Y Sun, L Zheng, W Deng, S Wang
ICCV, 2017
7982017
A light and faster regional convolutional neural network for object detection in optical remote sensing images
P Ding, Y Zhang, WJ Deng, P Jia, A Kuijper
ISPRS journal of photogrammetry and remote sensing 141, 208-218, 2018
1362018
Rethinking triplet loss for domain adaptation
W Deng, L Zheng, Y Sun, J Jiao
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, 2020
49*2020
Are labels always necessary for classifier accuracy evaluation?
W Deng, L Zheng
CVPR, 2021
332021
Vehicle Re-Identification with Location and Time Stamps.
K Lv, H Du, Y Hou, W Deng, H Sheng, J Jiao, L Zheng
CVPR Workshops, 399-406, 2019
252019
What does rotation prediction tell us about classifier accuracy under varying testing environments?
W Deng, S Gould, L Zheng
ICML, 2021
192021
Similarity-preserving image-image domain adaptation for person re-identification
W Deng, L Zheng, Q Ye, Y Yang, J Jiao
arXiv preprint arXiv:1811.10551, 2018
132018
Fine-Grained Classification via Categorical Memory Networks
W Deng, J Marsh, S Gould, L Zheng
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 31, 4186-4196, 2022
12022
On the Strong Correlation Between Model Invariance and Generalization
W Deng, S Gould, L Zheng
NeurIPS 2022, 2022
2022
AutoEval: Are Labels Always Necessary for Classifier Accuracy Evaluation
W Deng, L Zheng
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, https …, 2022
2022
Ranking Models in Unlabeled New Environments
X Sun, Y Hou, W Deng, H Li, L Zheng
ICCV, 2021
2021
A Word Embedding Transfer Model for Robust Text Categorization
Y Zhang, J Wang, W Deng, Y Lu
Chinese Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing Based on …, 2018
2018
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