LPW (Labeled Pedestrian in the Wild)

Introduced by Song et al. in Region-based Quality Estimation Network for Large-scale Person Re-identification

Labeled Pedestrian in the Wild (LPW) is a pedestrian detection dataset that contains 2,731 pedestrians in three different scenes where each annotated identity is captured by from 2 to 4 cameras. The LPW features a notable scale of 7,694 tracklets with over 590,000 images as well as the cleanliness of its tracklets. It distinguishes from existing datasets in three aspects: large scale with cleanliness, automatically detected bounding boxes and far more crowded scenes with greater age span. This dataset provides a more realistic and challenging benchmark, which facilitates the further exploration of more powerful algorithms.


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