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Person Re-ranking (CVPR 2017)

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Re-ranking Person Re-identification with k-reciprocal Encoding

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This code has the source code for the paper "Re-ranking Person Re-identification with k-reciprocal Encoding". Including:

  1. IDE baseline
  2. Re-ranking code
  3. CUHK03 new training/testing protocol

If you find this code useful in your research, please consider citing:

@article{zhong2017re,
  title={Re-ranking Person Re-identification with k-reciprocal Encoding},
  author={Zhong, Zhun and Zheng, Liang and Cao, Donglin and Li, Shaozi},
  booktitle={CVPR},
  year={2017}
}

The neighbor encoding method of our paper is inspired by the reference [2]. If you use the re-ranking code in your paper, please also cite:

@article{bai2016sparse,
  title={Sparse contextual activation for efficient visual re-ranking},
  author={Bai, Song and Bai, Xiang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2016},
  publisher={IEEE}
}

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Two python version of re-ranking fcuntions are added in the 'python' folder.

  1. rerankingfeature.py: re-ranking with original feature, Euclidean distance is used. Thanks Hao Luo !
  2. rerankingranklist: re-ranking with given distance matrices, handle the difference of / division between python 2 and 3. Thanks huang houjing !

Pytorch re-implementation

[Baseline + CamStyle + Random Erasing + Re-ranking]

[PersonreIDbaseline + Random Erasing + Re-ranking]

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The new training/testing protocol for CUHK03

[Dataset and state-of-the-art]

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IDE Baseline + Re-ranking

Requirements: Caffe

Requirements for

Caffe
and
matcaffe
(see: Caffe installation instructions)

Installation

  1. Build Caffe and matcaffe ```Shell cd $Re-ranking_ROOT/caffe

    Now follow the Caffe installation instructions here:

    http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/installation.html

    make -j8 && make matcaffe ```

  2. Download pre-computed imagenet models, Market-1501 dataset and CUHK03 dataset

    Shell
    Please download the pre-trained imagenet models and put it in the "data/imagenet_models" folder.
    Please download Market-1501 dataset and unzip it in the "evaluation/data/Market-1501" folder. 
    Please download CUHK03 dataset and unzip it in the "evaluation/data/CUHK03" folder.
    

Training and testing IDE model

  1. Training ```Shell cd $Re-rankingROOT # train IDE ResNet50 for Market-1501 ./experiments/Market-1501/trainIDEResNet_50.sh

# train IDE ResNet50 for CUHK03 ./experiments/CUHK03/trainIDEResNet50labeled.sh ./experiments/CUHK03/trainIDEResNet50detected.sh

2. Feature Extraction
Shell cd $Re-rankingROOT/evaluation # extract feature for Market-1501 matlab Market1501extract_feature.m

# extract feature for CUHK03 matlab CUHK03extractfeature.m ```

  1. Evaluation ```Shell # evaluation for Market-1501 matlab Market1501evaluation.m

# evaluation for CUHK03 matlab CUHK03_evaluation.m ```

Results

You can download our pre-trained IDE models and IDE features, and put them in the "output" and "evaluation/feat" folder, respectively.

Using the above IDE models and IDE features, you can reproduce the results with our re-ranking method as follows:

  • Market-1501

|Methods |   [email protected] | mAP| | -------- | ----- | ---- | |IDEResNet50 + Euclidean | 78.92% | 55.03%| |IDEResNet50 + Euclidean + re-ranking | 81.44% | 70.39%| |IDEResNet50 + XQDA | 77.58% | 56.06%| |IDEResNet50 + XQDA + re-ranking | 80.70% | 69.98%|

For Market-1501, these results are better than those reported in our paper, since we add a dropout = 0.5 layer after pool5.

  • CUHK03 under the new training/testing protocol

| | Labeled | Labeled| detected | detected| | -------| ----- | ---- |---- |---- | |Methods | [email protected] | mAP| [email protected] | mAP| |BOW + XQDA [1] | 7.93% | 7.29%|6.36% | 6.39%| |BOW + XQDA + re-ranking | 8.93% | 9.94%|8.29% | 8.81%| |LOMO + XQDA [3] | 14.8% | 13.6%|12.8% | 11.5%| |LOMO + XQDA + re-ranking | 19.1% | 20.8%|16.6% | 17.8%| |IDECaffeNet + Euclidean | 15.6% | 14.9%| 15.1% | 14.2%| |IDECaffeNet + Euclidean + re-ranking | 19.1% | 21.3%|19.3% | 20.6%| |IDECaffeNet + XQDA | 21.9% | 20.0%|21.1% | 19.0%| |IDECaffeNet + XQDA + re-ranking | 25.9% | 27.8%|26.4% | 26.9%| |IDEResNet50 + Euclidean | 22.2% | 21.0%|21.3% | 19.7%| |IDEResNet50 + Euclidean + re-ranking | 26.6% | 28.9%|24.9% | 27.3%| |IDEResNet50 + XQDA | 32.0% | 29.6%|31.1% | 28.2%| |IDEResNet50 + XQDA + re-ranking | 38.1% | 40.3%|34.7% | 37.4%|

References

[1] Scalable Person Re-identification: A Benchmark. Zheng, Liang and Shen, Liyue and Tian, Lu and Wang, Shengjin and Wang, Jingdong and Tian, Qi. In ICCV 2015.

[2] Sparse contextual activation for efficient visual re-ranking. Bai, Song and Bai, Xiang. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing. 2016

[3] Person re-identification by local maximal occurrence representation and metric learning. Liao S, Hu Y, Zhu X, et al. In CVPR. 2015

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Zhun Zhong

Liang Zheng

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