CVPR - Learning Selective Self-Mutual Attention for RGB-D Saliency Detection
Source of Publication
2020 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)
Saliency detection on RGB-D images is receiving more and more research interests recently. Previous models adopt the early fusion or the result fusion scheme to fuse the input RGB and depth data or their saliency maps, which incur the problem of distribution gap or information loss. Some other models use the feature fusion scheme but are limited by the linear feature fusion methods. In this paper, we propose to fuse attention learned in both modalities. Inspired by the Non-local model, we integrate the self-attention and each other's attention to propagate long-range contextual dependencies, thus incorporating multi-modal information to learn attention and propagate contexts more accurately. Considering the reliability of the other modality's attention, we further propose a selection attention to weight the newly added attention term. We embed the proposed attention module in a two-stream CNN for RGB-D saliency detection. Furthermore, we also propose a residual fusion module to fuse the depth decoder features into the RGB stream. Experimental results on seven benchmark datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed model components and our final saliency model. Our code and saliency maps are available at https://github.com/nnizhang/S2MA.
Liu, Nian; Zhang, Ni; and Han, Junwei, "CVPR - Learning Selective Self-Mutual Attention for RGB-D Saliency Detection" (2020). All Works. 1152.
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