Feb. 13, 2024, 5:45 a.m. | Thang Doan Xin Li Sima Behpour Wenbin He Liang Gou Liu Ren

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Open World Object Detection (OWOD) is a challenging and realistic task that extends beyond the scope of standard Object Detection task. It involves detecting both known and unknown objects while integrating learned knowledge for future tasks. However, the level of "unknownness" varies significantly depending on the context. For example, a tree is typically considered part of the background in a self-driving scene, but it may be significant in a household context. We argue that this contextual information should already be …

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