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This article strives for a diversely supervised visual product search, where queries specify a diverse set of labels to search for. Where previous works have focused on representing attribute, instance, or category labels individually, we consider them together to create a diverse set of labels for visually describing products. We learn an embedding from the supervisory signal provided by every label to encode their interrelationships. Once trained, every label has a corresponding visual representation in the embedding space, which is an aggregation of selected items from the training set. At search time, composite query representations retrieve images that match a specific set of diverse labels. We form composite query representations by averaging over the aggregated representations of each diverse label in the specific set. For evaluation, we extend existing product datasets of cars and clothes with a diverse set of labels. Experiments show the benefits of our embedding for diversely supervised visual product search in seen and unseen product combinations and for discovering product design styles.


A cloth for ink jet printing, fabricated by providing a low density cloth with a sizing agent of the gel-transition type, gel-initiating agent, and ink receiving agent for filling up gaps between fibers, and by drying the low density cloth so that even in the case where the ink-jet printing process is applied to such a low density cloth as a loosely woven or knitted fabric, a clear image can be printed thereon without ink striking through gaps between fibers, and without causing the cloth to be stained. For the low density cloth, a cloth of a single yarn weight fineness of 100 d or less, and a woven or knitted fabric of a warp density of 120 warps or less/inch or a filling density of 150 fillings or less/inch are suitable. With the use of the cloth, an ink-jet printed fabric deep in color as well as abundantly expressive of gradation (that is, having a wide range of color strength) can be obtained while preventing ink from passing through, and supporting members and the cloth from being stained.


This invention relates to a cloth, and particularly, to a cloth for ink-jet printing, a method of fabricating the same and further to a process of ink-jet printing using the same, wherein clear-cut printed images can be obtained thereon without ink passing through gaps between fibers, even if the cloth is a cloth of a loose texture (referred to hereinafter as a low density cloth) such as a low density woven or knitted fabric, and the like.


For an ink jet printing, a so-called pretreatment process wherein an ink-receiving layer is provided on a cloth, and also, an improvement in the ink itself have been put into practice in an attempt to obtain clear-cut images without ink bleeding.


There have been developed, for example, a cloth wherein an ink-holding layer composed of a non-dyeable material selected from the group consisting of a water-soluble polymer, water-soluble salts, and water-insoluble organic fine particles is formed to absorb discharged ink for temporarily holding the ink therein so that the ink can be prevented from bleeding, and a method of dyeing the same (Japanese Patent Publication No. S63-31594), a method of ink-jet dyeing whereby ink blended with a gelling and sizing agent is injected onto a fiber structure pretreated with a gelling agent (Japanese Patent Publication No. S63-52151), and a printing process wherein a first compound contains a gel-forming species while a second compound contains a gelling initiation species, and at least either of the compounds contains a coloring agent such that the bleeding of color can be inhibited between adjacent coloring regions in the respective compounds (Japanese Patent Laid-open Publication No. H8-209049).


It is therefore an object of the invention to provide a cloth for ink-jet printing, a method of fabricating the same and further, to a process of printing the same, wherein clear-cut images can be printed thereon without causing the ink to pass therethrough and the cloth to be stained, even when an ink-jet process is applied, particularly, to a low-density cloth such as a coarse-woven, coarse-knitted fabric or the like.


Another object of the invention is to provide the cloth for ink-jet printing according to (1) above, wherein the low-density cloth is a cloth fabricated of threads with a weight fineness of not more than 150 d(2).


A still further object of the invention is to provide the cloth for ink-jet printing according to (1) above, wherein the low-density cloth is a woven or knitted fabric of a warp density of not more than 120 warps/inch, or a filling density of not more than 150 fillings/inch (3).


A further object of the invention is to provide the cloth for ink-jet printing according to (1), (2), or (3) above, wherein the sizing agent of the gel-transition type is one type or not less than two types of sizing agents of the gel-transition type selected from the group consisting of a water-soluble cellulose substance such as carboxymethyl cellulose, a polysaccharide such as sodium alginate, gum arabic, and locust bean gum, and a water-soluble synthetic polymer such as polyvinyl alcohol, polyalkylene oxide, and water-soluble acrylic resin (4).


A still further object of the invention is to provide the cloth for ink-jet printing according to (1), (2), or (3) above, wherein the gel-initiating agent is one type or not less than two types of gelling agents selected from the group consisting of calcium chloride, potassium chloride, barium chloride, magnesium chloride, stannous chloride, stannic chloride, cupric chloride, calcium hydroxide, aluminum sulfate, zinc sulfate, chromium nitrate, silver nitrate, aluminum acetate, ferrous sulfate, ferric chloride, boric acid, borax, tannic acid, and the like (5).


A still further object of the invention is to provide a process of ink-jet printing a cloth for ink-jet printing, fabricated by providing a low density cloth with a sizing agent of the gel-transition type, gelling agent, and ink-holding agent to fill up gaps between the fibers, and by drying the low density cloth, whereby a pattern is ink-jet printed thereon, and the dye fixed thereon (11).


A yet further object of the invention is to provide the process of ink-jet printing a cloth for ink-jet printing according to (11) above, wherein the low density cloth is a cloth fabricated of threads with a weight fineness of not more than 150 denier or a woven or knitted fabric of a warp density of not more than 120 warps/inch or a filling density of not more than 150 fillings/inch (12).


1) a case where the low density cloth is first provided with the gelling agent, and subsequently, with the sizing agent of the gel-transition type, and ink-holding agent (the cases of the fabrication methods (1) and (2) described above).


2) a case where the low density cloth is first provided with the sizing agent of the gel-transition type, and subsequently, with the gelling agent, and ink-holding agent (the cases of the fabrication methods (3) and (4) described above).


The reason for this is that in the case of the fabrication method (3) wherein the treatment agent containing the gelling agent and ink-holding agent is used, the availability of a material (sizing agent) suitable for the ink-holding agent, not reacting with the gelling agent and yet having an ink-holding capability is limited, and as opposed to the cases of the fabrication methods (2) and (4) wherein a step of providing the ink-holding agent is required in addition to a step of providing the gelling agent, resulting in an increase in the number of processing steps, the fabrication method (1) is not only free from such drawbacks as described above but also has an advantage over the other methods in that one and the same sizing agent having both a gel-transition characteristic and ink-holding capability can be used.


As for the weight fineness of the threads, the method of the ink-jet printing is found to be considerably more effective with a cloth fabricated of threads with a weight fineness of not more than 150 denier in comparison with the conventional method, and since a cloth with a weight fineness of 30 denier or less is not normally suitable for practical use for clothing, a cloth with the weight fineness in the range of 30 to 150 denier is suitable in practicing the invention.


As for the density of the warps, the process of the ink-jet printing is considerably more effective with a cloth of a warp density of not more than 120 warps/inch in comparison with the conventional process. However, since a cloth with a warp density of 30 warps or less is not suitable for practical use for clothing, a cloth of a warp density in the range of 30 to not more than 120 warps/inch is adopted.


Further, the process of the ink-jet printing is found considerably more effective with a cloth having a density of fillings of not more than 150 fillings/inch in comparison with the conventional process. However, since a cloth with a filling density of 50 fillings or less is not normally suitable for practical use for clothing, a cloth with a filling density in the range of 50 to not more than 150 fillings/inch is adopted.


In the fabrication method according to the invention as described in the foregoing, conventional processes for treatment such as screen printing, knife coating, padding, and the like, may be adopted as means for providing the low density cloth with treatment agents such as the sizing agent of the gel-transition type, gel-initiating agent, ink-holding agent and the like. However, the screen printing process wherein the treatment agents can be held in the gaps between fibers with greater ease is particularly preferable. 041b061a72


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