Yet Another Computer Vision Index To Datasets (YACVID) - Details

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Name (Institute + Shorttitle)HDA Person Dataset - ISR Lisbon 
Description (include details on usage, files and paper references)The High Definition Analytics (HDA) dataset is a multi-camera High-Resolution image sequence dataset for research on High-Definition surveillance: Pedestrian Detection (PD), person Re-Identification (RE-ID), fully integrated PD and RE-ID (PD+REID), inter-camera tracking.
18 cameras (including VGA, HD and Full HD resolution) were used to acquire video streams simultaneously during 30 minutes in a typical indoor office scenario at a busy hour (lunch time) involving more than 80 persons. In the current release (v1.2), 13 of the video streams have been fully labelled.

The dataset includes:
* image sequences,
* annotations (Bounding Boxes with the person ID and a visibility flag),
* a default gallery and set of probes (complete with body part detections) for benchmarking classical Re-Identification algorithms,
* detections obtained by a PD algorithm (complete with body part detections), for evaluating a RE-ID algorithm in a PD+REID schema without having to implement a PD algorithm,
* and, finally, standard code for evaluating PD, RE-ID, PD+REID and inter-camera tracking algorithms.

We maintain a public repository of RE-ID results on this dataset at:
http://vislab.isr.ist.utl.pt/repository-of-results/

Publications:
"A Multi-camera video data set for research on High-Definition surveillance", Int. J. of Machine Intelligence and Sensory Signal Processing, 2014.
"The HDA+ data set for research on fully automated re-identification systems", ECCV workshop, 2014. 
URL Linkhttp://vislab.isr.ist.utl.pt/hda-dataset/ 
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Tags (single words, spaced)Video Surveillance Pedestrian Detection Re-Identification Multiview Tracking Benchmark Indoor High-Definition Camera Network lisbon human 
Last Changed2017-12-16 
Turing (2.12+3.25=?) :-)