The MOTChallenge datasets are designed for the task of multiple object tracking. There are several variants of the dataset released each year, such as MOT15, MOT17, MOT20.
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The Multiple Object Tracking 17 (MOT17) dataset is a dataset for multiple object tracking. Similar to its previous version MOT16, this challenge contains seven different indoor and outdoor scenes of public places with pedestrians as the objects of interest. A video for each scene is divided into two clips, one for training and the other for testing. The dataset provides detections of objects in the video frames with three detectors, namely SDP, Faster-RCNN and DPM. The challenge accepts both on-line and off-line tracking approaches, where the latter are allowed to use the future video frames to predict tracks.
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The MOT16 dataset is a dataset for multiple object tracking. It a collection of existing and new data (part of the sources are from and ), containing 14 challenging real-world videos of both static scenes and moving scenes, 7 for training and 7 for testing. It is a large-scale dataset, composed of totally 110407 bounding boxes in training set and 182326 bounding boxes in test set. All video sequences are annotated under strict standards, their ground-truths are highly accurate, making the evaluation meaningful.
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MOT2015 is a dataset for multiple object tracking. It contains 11 different indoor and outdoor scenes of public places with pedestrians as the objects of interest, where camera motion, camera angle and imaging condition vary greatly. The dataset provides detections generated by the ACF-based detector.
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Multi-camera Multiple People Tracking (MMPTRACK) dataset has about 9.6 hours of videos, with over half a million frame-wise annotations. The dataset is densely annotated, e.g., per-frame bounding boxes and person identities are available, as well as camera calibration parameters. Our dataset is recorded with 15 frames per second (FPS) in five diverse and challenging environment settings., e.g., retail, lobby, industry, cafe, and office. This is by far the largest publicly available multi-camera multiple people tracking dataset.
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