The Annotated Facial Landmarks in the Wild (AFLW) is a large-scale collection of annotated face images gathered from Flickr, exhibiting a large variety in appearance (e.g., pose, expression, ethnicity, age, gender) as well as general imaging and environmental conditions. In total about 25K faces are annotated with up to 21 landmarks per image.
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The 3DMATCH benchmark evaluates how well descriptors (both 2D and 3D) can establish correspondences between RGB-D frames of different views. The dataset contains 2D RGB-D patches and 3D patches (local TDF voxel grid volumes) of wide-baselined correspondences.
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The LOL dataset is composed of 500 low-light and normal-light image pairs and divided into 485 training pairs and 15 testing pairs. The low-light images contain noise produced during the photo capture process. Most of the images are indoor scenes. All the images have a resolution of 400×600.
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DICM is a dataset for low-light enhancement which consists of 69 images collected with commercial digital cameras.
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The Exclusively Dark (ExDARK) dataset is a collection of 7,363 low-light images from very low-light environments to twilight (i.e 10 different conditions) with 12 object classes (similar to PASCAL VOC) annotated on both image class level and local object bounding boxes.
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Multi-exposure image fusion (MEF) is considered an effective quality enhancement technique widely adopted in consumer electronics, but little work has been dedicated to the perceptual quality assessment of multi-exposure fused images. In this paper, we first build an MEF database and carry out a subjective user study to evaluate the quality of images generated by different MEF algorithms. There are several useful findings. First, considerable agreement has been observed among human subjects on the quality of MEF images. Second, no single state-of-the-art MEF algorithm produces the best quality for all test images. Third, the existing objective quality models for general image fusion are very limited in predicting perceived quality of MEF images. Motivated by the lack of appropriate objective models, we propose a novel objective image quality assessment (IQA) algorithm for MEF images based on the principle of the structural similarity approach and a novel measure of patch structural con
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Visible-infrared Paired Dataset for Low-light Vision 30976 images (15488 pairs) 24 dark scenes, 2 daytime scenes Support for image-to-image translation (visible to infrared, or infrared to visible), visible and infrared image fusion, low-light pedestrian detection, and infrared pedestrian detection
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