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Planned from scratch: Brasilia at 60 in pictures. q ���� Adobe d �� C 1 0 0 1 505.842 132.275 Tm << 0 1 0 rg 87.273 33.801 l To encode our text sequence we will map every word to a 200-dimensional vector. /Rotate 0 /Rotate 0 As you have seen from our approach we have opted for transfer learning using InceptionV3 network which is pre-trained on the ImageNet dataset. image copyright Getty Images. >> /R20 14 0 R T* However, we will add two tokens in every caption, which are ‘startseq’ and ‘endseq’:-, Create a list of all the training captions:-. /R20 Do 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm [ (describing) -355.99 (these) -356.989 (objects\051\056) -629.011 (Applications) -356.989 (of) -356.017 (image) -356.985 (caption\055) ] TJ However, machine needs to interpret some form of image captions if humans need automatic image captions from it. 100.875 14.996 l You might think we could enumerate all possible captions from the vocabulary. /R12 9.9626 Tf def beam_search_predictions(image, beam_index = 3): while len(start_word[0][0]) < max_length: par_caps = sequence.pad_sequences([s[0]], maxlen=max_length, padding='post'), preds = model.predict([image,par_caps], verbose=0), word_preds = np.argsort(preds[0])[-beam_index:], # Getting the top (n) predictions and creating a, # new list so as to put them via the model again, start_word = sorted(start_word, reverse=False, key=lambda l: l[1]), intermediate_caption = [ixtoword[i] for i in start_word], final_caption = ' '.join(final_caption[1:]), image = encoding_test[pic].reshape((1,2048)), print("Greedy Search:",greedySearch(image)), print("Beam Search, K = 3:",beam_search_predictions(image, beam_index = 3)), print("Beam Search, K = 5:",beam_search_predictions(image, beam_index = 5)), print("Beam Search, K = 7:",beam_search_predictions(image, beam_index = 7)), print("Beam Search, K = 10:",beam_search_predictions(image, beam_index = 10)). /F1 90 0 R q We also need to find out what the max length of a caption can be since we cannot have captions of arbitrary length. Q /R12 9.9626 Tf 48.406 3.066 515.188 33.723 re Q Next, we create a dictionary named “descriptions” which contains the name of the image as keys and a list of the 5 captions for the corresponding image as values. /Contents 41 0 R 78.059 15.016 m [ (Figure) -208.989 (1\056) -210.007 (Our) -209.008 (model) -209.988 (learns) -208.978 (ho) 25.0066 (w) -208.994 (to) -210.018 (edit) -208.983 (e) 15.0137 (xisting) -209.996 (image) -209.005 (captions\056) -296.022 (At) ] TJ >> 1 0 0 1 308.862 412.108 Tm 1 1 1 rg The problem of image caption generation involves outputting a readable and concise description of the contents of a photograph. Implementing an Attention Based model:- Attention-based mechanisms are becoming increasingly popular in deep learning because they can dynamically focus on the various parts of the input image while the output sequences are being produced. First, we will take a look at the example image we saw at the start of the article. /Type /Pages T* Nevertheless, it was able to form a proper sentence to describe the image as a human would. The contributions of this paper are the following: It seems easy for us as humans to look at an image like that and describe it appropriately. T* /R12 23 0 R BT endobj (1) Tj Both the Image model and the Language model are then concatenated by adding and fed into another Fully Connected layer. [ (responding) -201.991 (to) -201.003 (these) -201.994 (w) 10.0092 (ords\056) -294.012 (W) 80.0079 (e) -200.984 (then) -201.98 (generate) -202.007 (our) -200.984 (ne) 24.9848 (w) -201.98 (caption) -200.989 (from) ] TJ /R14 7.9701 Tf 11.9551 TL /Height 570 10 0 0 10 0 0 cm However, editing existing captions can be easier than generating new ones from scratch. 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