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

Stand: 2020-06-06 000000m 18:55:01 - Overview

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Name (Institute + Shorttitle)INRIA Lafarge Benchmarks 
Description (include details on usage, files and paper references)Some datasets and evaluation tools are provided on this page for four different computer vision and computer graphics problems.

Population counting
Line-network extraction
3D-object detection
Surface reconstruction

Surface reconstruction
We focus here on the well-known surface reconstruction problem from point clouds. The datasets include simple synthetic objects, but also real-world urban scenes containing various types of geometric structures. The file format for both point clouds and triangular meshes is ply. The software Meshlab can be used to read and convert these files.

Evaluation of the results: The results are evaluated according to the error to the ground truth and/or the input point cloud (Hausdorff distance), and time. Meshlab can be used to compute the Hausdorff distance between your results and the given input point clouds / reference meshes.

Smooth_cube (100K points)
Distorted_cube (50K points)
Maya_temple (2M points)
Maya_temple_cor (0.83M points)
Empire_state_building_cor (1.2M points)
Lans_le_Villard (1.23M points)
Cathedral_facade (1.45M points)

3D-object detection
The goal consists in detecting a specific class of 3D-objects from point clouds. The file format for point clouds is ply. The software Meshlab can be used to read and convert the files.

Evaluation of the results: The results can be evaluated according to criteria: the estimated number of objects, and the precision of their position. You can use this Matlab code to evaluate your results from the following datasets.

Urban_small (140K points)
Urban (2.27M points)
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Tags (single words, spaced)3d surface reconstruction groundtruth pointcloud object detection line road network urban crowd pedestrian counting 
Last Changed2020-06-06 
Turing (2.12+3.25=?) :-)