The Wireframe dataset consists of 5,462 images (5,000 for training, 462 for test) of indoor and outdoor man-made scenes.
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This data set provides Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) data and stereo image with various position sensors targeting a highly complex urban environment. The presented data set captures features in urban environments (e.g. metropolis areas, complex buildings and residential areas). The data of 2D and 3D LiDAR are provided, which are typical types of LiDAR sensors. Raw sensor data for vehicle navigation is presented in a file format. For convenience, development tools are provided in the Robot Operating System (ROS) environment.
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The York Urban Line Segment Database is a compilation of 102 images (45 indoor, 57 outdoor) of urban environments consisting mostly of scenes from the campus of York University and downtown Toronto, Canada. The images are 640 x 480 in size and have been taken with a calibrated Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC80 digital camera.
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A Multi-Task 4D Radar-Camera Fusion Dataset for Autonomous Driving on Water Surfaces description of the dataset
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We introduce a new Dataset (BN-HTRd) for offline Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) from images of Bangla scripts comprising words, lines, and document-level annotations. The BN-HTRd dataset is based on the BBC Bangla News corpus - which acted as ground truth texts for the handwritings. Our dataset contains a total of 786 full-page images collected from 150 different writers. With a staggering 1,08,181 instances of handwritten words, distributed over 14,383 lines and 23,115 unique words, this is currently the 'largest and most comprehensive dataset' in this field. We also provided the bounding box annotations (YOLO format) for the segmentation of words/lines and the ground truth annotations for full-text, along with the segmented images and their positions. The contents of our dataset came from a diverse news category, and annotators of different ages, genders, and backgrounds, having variability in writing styles. The BN-HTRd dataset can be adopted as a basis for various handwriting c
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