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Language-guided human motion synthesis has been a challenging task due to the inherent complexity and diversity of human behaviors. Previous methods face limitations in generalization to novel actions, often resulting in unrealistic or incoherent motion sequences. In this paper, we propose ATOM (ATomic mOtion Modeling) to mitigate this problem, by...
Recent advancements in language-image models have led to the development of highly realistic images that can be generated from textual descriptions. However, the increased visual quality of these generated images poses a potential threat to the field of media forensics. This paper aims to investigate the level of challenge that language-image gener...
Text-image de-contextualization, which uses inconsistent image-text pairs, is an emerging form of misinformation and drawing increasing attention due to the great threat to information authenticity. With real content but semantic mismatch in multiple modalities, the detection of de-contextualization is a challenging problem in media forensics. Insp...
Despite great recent advances in visual tracking, its further development, including both algorithm design and evaluation, is limited due to lack of dedicated large-scale benchmarks. To address this problem, we present LaSOT, a high-quality Large-scale Single Object Tracking benchmark. LaSOT contains a diverse selection of 85 object classes, and of...