High-Discriminative Attribute Feature Learning for Generalized Zero-Shot Learning

Yu Lei, Guoshuai Sheng, Fangfang Li,Quanxue Gao,Cheng Deng,Qin Li


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Zero-shot learning(ZSL) aims to recognize new classes without prior exposure to their samples, relying on semantic knowledge from observed classes. However, current attention-based models may overlook the transferability of visual features and the distinctiveness of attribute localization when learning regional features in images. Additionally, they often overlook shared attributes among different objects. Highly discriminative attribute features are crucial for identifying and distinguishing unseen classes. To address these issues, we propose an innovative approach called High-Discriminative Attribute Feature Learning for Generalized Zero-Shot Learning (HDAFL). HDAFL optimizes visual features by learning attribute features to obtain discriminative visual embeddings. Specifically, HDAFL utilizes multiple convolutional kernels to automatically learn discriminative regions highly correlated with attributes in images, eliminating irrelevant interference in image features. Furthermore, we introduce a Transformer-based attribute discrimination encoder to enhance the discriminative capability among attributes. Simultaneously, the method employs contrastive loss to alleviate dataset biases and enhance the transferability of visual features, facilitating better semantic transfer between seen and unseen classes. Experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of HDAFL across three widely used datasets.
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