The PEdesTrian Attribute dataset (PETA) is a dataset fore recognizing pedestrian attributes, such as gender and clothing style, at a far distance. It is of interest in video surveillance scenarios where face and body close-shots and hardly available. It consists of 19,000 pedestrian images with 65 attributes (61 binary and 4 multi-class). Those images contain 8705 persons.
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PA-100K is a recent-proposed large pedestrian attribute dataset, with 100,000 images in total collected from outdoor surveillance cameras. It is split into 80,000 images for the training set, and 10,000 for the validation set and 10,000 for the test set. This dataset is labeled by 26 binary attributes. The common features existing in both selected dataset is that the images are blurry due to the relatively low resolution and the positive ratio of each binary attribute is low.
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UAV-Human is a large dataset for human behavior understanding with UAVs. It contains 67,428 multi-modal video sequences and 119 subjects for action recognition, 22,476 frames for pose estimation, 41,290 frames and 1,144 identities for person re-identification, and 22,263 frames for attribute recognition. The dataset was collected by a flying UAV in multiple urban and rural districts in both daytime and nighttime over three months, hence covering extensive diversities w.r.t subjects, backgrounds, illuminations, weathers, occlusions, camera motions, and UAV flying attitudes. This dataset can be used for UAV-based human behavior understanding, including action recognition, pose estimation, re-identification, and attribute recognition.
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The Richly Annotated Pedestrian (RAP) dataset is a dataset for pedestrian attribute recognition. It contains 41,585 images collected from indoor surveillance cameras. Each image is annotated with 72 attributes, while only 51 binary attributes with the positive ratio above 1% are selected for evaluation. There are 33,268 images for the training set and 8,317 for testing.
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CAR contains visual attributes for objects in the Cityscapes dataset. For each object in an image, we have a list of attributes that depend on the category of the object. For instance, a vehicle category has a visibility attribute while a pedestrian has an activity attribute (walking, standing, etc.).
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