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Self-supervised Video Representation Learning with Cascade Positive Retrieval

2022-01-20 03:48:57
Cheng-En Wu, Farley Lai, Yu Hen Hu, Asim Kadav

Abstract

Self-supervised video representation learning has been shown to effectively improve downstream tasks such as video retrieval and action this http URL this paper, we present the Cascade Positive Retrieval (CPR) that successively mines positive examples w.r.t. the query for contrastive learning in a cascade of stages. Specifically, CPR exploits multiple views of a query example in different modalities, where an alternative view may help find another positive example dissimilar in the query view. We explore the effects of possible CPR configurations in ablations including the number of mining stages, the top similar example selection ratio in each stage, and progressive training with an incremental number of the final Top-k selection. The overall mining quality is measured to reflect the recall across training set classes. CPR reaches a median class mining recall of 83.3%, outperforming previous work by 5.5%. Implementation-wise, CPR is complementary to pretext tasks and can be easily applied to previous work. In the evaluation of pretraining on UCF101, CPR consistently improves existing work and even achieves state-of-the-art R@1 of 56.7% and 24.4% in video retrieval as well as 83.8% and 54.8% in action recognition on UCF101 and HMDB51. For transfer from large video dataset Kinetics400 to UCF101 and HDMB, CPR benefits existing work, showing competitive Top-1 accuracies of 85.1% and 57.4% despite pretraining at a lower resolution and frame sampling rate. The code will be released soon for reproducing the results. The code is available at this https URL.

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https://arxiv.org/abs/2201.07989

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https://arxiv.org/pdf/2201.07989


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