Abstract: Cross‐modality person re‐identification is a challenging task due to the large visual appearance difference between RGB and infrared images. Existing studies mainly focus on learning local features and ignore the correlation between local features. In this paper, the Integration Graph Attention Network is proposed to learn the completed correlation between local features via the graph structure. To this end, the authors learn the coarse‐fine attention weights to aggregate the local features by considering local detail and global information. Furthermore, the Multi‐Centre Constrained Loss is proposed to optimise the feature similarity by constraining the centres of modality and identity. It simultaneously utilises three kinds of centre constraints, that is intra‐identity centre constraint, modality centre constraint, and inter‐identity centre constraint, in order to reduce the influence of modality information explicitly. The proposed method is evaluated on two standard benchmark datasets, that is SYSU‐MM01 and RegDB, and the results demonstrate that the authors’ method achieves better performance than the state‐of‐the‐art methods, for example, surpassing NFS by 4.8% and 6.0% mAP on the single‐shot setting in All‐search and Indoor‐search modes, respectively.
|Number of pages||12|
|Journal||IET Computer Vision|
|Early online date||9 Aug 2022|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 9 Aug 2022|
- person re-identification
- Multi-Centre Constrained Loss
- Integration Graph Attention Network