Cross-camera label estimation from a set of unlabelled training data is an extremely important component in unsupervised person re-identification (re-ID) systems. With the estimated labels, existing advanced supervised learning methods can be leveraged to learn discriminative re-ID models. In this paper, we utilize the graph matching technique for accurate label estimation due to its advantages in optimal global matching and intra-camera relationship mining. However, the graph structure constructed with non-learnt similarity measurement cannot handle the large cross-camera variations, which leads to noisy and inaccurate label outputs. This paper designs a Dynamic Graph Matching (DGM) framework, which improves the label estimation process by iteratively refining the graph structure with better similarity measurement learnt from intermediate estimated labels. In addition, we design a positive re-weighting strategy to refine the intermediate labels, which enhances the robustness against inaccurate matching output and noisy initial training data. To fully utilize the abundant video information and reduce false matchings, a co-matching strategy is further incorporated into the framework. Comprehensive experiments conducted on three video benchmarks demonstrate that DGMout performs state-of-the-art unsupervised re-ID methods and yields competitive performance to fully supervised upper bounds
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