Joni-Kristian Kamarainen

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DAL: A Deep Depth-Aware Long-Term Tracker

Yanlin Qian, Song Yan, Alan Lukežič, Matej Kristan, Joni-Kristian Kamarainen, Jiri Matas
Track 3: Computer Vision Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Wed 13 Jan 2021 at 16:30 in session PS T3.5

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Auto-TLDR; Deep Depth-Aware Long-Term RGBD Tracking with Deep Discriminative Correlation Filter

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The best RGBD trackers provide high accuracy but are slow to run. On the other hand, the best RGB trackers are fast but clearly inferior on the RGBD datasets. In this work, we propose a deep depth-aware long-term tracker that achieves state-of-the-art RGBD tracking performance and is fast to run. We reformulate deep discriminative correlation filter (DCF) to embed the depth information into deep features. Moreover, the same depth-aware correlation filter is used for target re- detection. Comprehensive evaluations show that the proposed tracker achieves state-of-the-art performance on the Princeton RGBD, STC, and the newly-released CDTB benchmarks and runs 20 fps.

Loop-closure detection by LiDAR scan re-identification

Jukka Peltomäki, Xingyang Ni, Jussi Puura, Joni-Kristian Kamarainen, Heikki Juhani Huttunen
Track 3: Computer Vision Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Wed 13 Jan 2021 at 16:30 in session PS T3.6

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Auto-TLDR; Loop-Closing Detection from LiDAR Scans Using Convolutional Neural Networks

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In this work, loop-closure detection from LiDAR scans is defined as an image re-identification problem. Re-identification is performed by computing Euclidean distances of a query scan to a gallery set of previous scans. The distances are computed in a feature embedding space where the scans are mapped by a convolutional neural network (CNN). The network is trained using the triplet loss training strategy. In our experiments we compare different backbone networks, variants of the triplet loss and generic and LiDAR specific data augmentation techniques. With a realistic indoor dataset the best architecture obtains the mean average precision (mAP) above 90%.

Silhouette Body Measurement Benchmarks

Song Yan, Johan Wirta, Joni-Kristian Kamarainen
Track 3: Computer Vision Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Tue 12 Jan 2021 at 17:00 in session PS T3.3

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Auto-TLDR; BODY-fit: A Realistic 3D Body Measurement Dataset for Anthropometric Measurement

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Anthropometric body measurements are important for industrial design, garment fitting, medical diagnosis and ergonomics. A number of methods have been proposed to estimate the body measurements from images, but progress has been slow due to the lack of realistic and publicly available datasets. The existing works train and test on silhouettes of 3D body meshes obtained by fitting a human body model to the commercial CAESAR scans. In this work, we introduce the BODY-fit dataset that contains fitted meshes of 2,675 female and 1,474 male 3D body scans. We unify evaluation on the CAESAR-fit and BODY-fit datasets by computing body measurements from geodesic surface paths as the ground truth and by generating two-view silhouette images. We also introduce BODY-rgb - a realistic dataset of 86 male and 108 female subjects captured with an RGB camera and manually tape measured ground truth. We propose a simple yet effective deep CNN architecture as a baseline method which obtains competitive accuracy on the three datasets.