Project centers in Chennai

IEEE Final Year Project Topics for CSE

Base Paper Title

Multi-pseudo Regularized Label for Generated Data in Person Re-Identification

Our Title

IEEE Project Abstract

Sufficient training data normally is required to train deeply learned models. However, due to the expensive manual process for a labeling large number of images (i.e., annotation), the amount of available training data (i.e., real data) is always limited. To produce more data for training a deep network, generative adversarial network can be used to generate artificial sample data (i.e., generated data). However, the generated data usually does not have annotation labels. To solve this problem, in this paper, we propose a virtual label called Multi-pseudo Regularized Label (MpRL) and assign it to the generated data. With MpRL, the generated data will be used as the supplementary of real training data to train a deep neural network in a semi-supervised learning fashion. To build the corresponding relationship between the real data and generated data, MpRL assigns each generated data a proper virtual label which reflects the likelihood of the affiliation of the generated data to pre-defined training classes in the real data domain. Unlike the traditional label which usually is a single integral number, the virtual label proposed in this paper is a set of weight-based values each individual of which is a number in (0,1] called multi-pseudo label and reflects the degree of relation between each generated data to every pre-defined class of real data. A comprehensive evaluation is carried out by adopting two state-of-the-art convolutional neural networks (CNNs) in our experiments to verify the effectiveness of MpRL. Experiments demonstrate that by assigning MpRL to generated data, we can further improve the person re-ID performance on five re-ID datasets, i.e., Market-1501, DukeMTMC-reID, CUHK03, VIPeR, and CUHK01. The proposed method obtains +6.29%, +6.30%, +5.58%, +5.84%, and +3.48% improvements in rank-1 accuracy over a strong CNN baseline on the five datasets, respectively, and outperforms state-of-the-art methods.

Existing System

Drawback of Existing System

Proposed System

Advantage of Proposed System

Enhancement from Base Paper


Technology Used : Hardware & Software

Existing Algorithm

Proposed Algorithm

Advantages of Proposed Algorithm

Project Modules

Literature Survey


Future Work

To View the Base Paper Abstract Contents

Refer Your Friend
Refer Another Friend
Thanks for Referring Your Friend / Relation

Now it is Your Time to Shine.

Great careers Start Here.

We Guide you to Every Step

Success! You're Awesome

Thank you for filling out your information!

We’ve sent you an email with your Final Year Project PPT file download link at the email address you provided. Please enjoy, and let us know if there’s anything else we can help you with.

To know more details Call 900 31 31 555

The WISEN Team