MARS (Motion Analysis and Re-identification Set) is a large scale video based person reidentification dataset, an extension of the Market-1501 dataset. It has been collected from six near-synchronized cameras. It consists of 1,261 different pedestrians, who are captured by at least 2 cameras. The variations in poses, colors and illuminations of pedestrians, as well as the poor image quality, make it very difficult to yield high matching accuracy. Moreover, the dataset contains 3,248 distractors in order to make it more realistic. Deformable Part Model and GMMCP tracker were used to automatically generate the tracklets (mostly 25-50 frames long).
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The DukeMTMC-VideoReID (Duke Multi-Tracking Multi-Camera Video-based ReIDentification) dataset is a subset of the DukeMTMC for video-based person re-ID. The dataset is created from high-resolution videos from 8 different cameras. It is one of the largest pedestrian video datasets wherein images are cropped by hand-drawn bounding boxes. The dataset consists 4832 tracklets of 1812 identities in total, and each tracklet has 168 frames on average.
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The iLIDS-VID dataset is a person re-identification dataset which involves 300 different pedestrians observed across two disjoint camera views in public open space. It comprises 600 image sequences of 300 distinct individuals, with one pair of image sequences from two camera views for each person. Each image sequence has variable length ranging from 23 to 192 image frames, with an average number of 73. The iLIDS-VID dataset is very challenging due to clothing similarities among people, lighting and viewpoint variations across camera views, cluttered background and random occlusions.
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The Airport dataset is a dataset for person re-identification which consists of 39,902 images and 9,651 identities across six cameras.
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Provides consistent ID annotations across multiple days, making it suitable for the extremely challenging problem of person search, i.e., where no clothing information can be reliably used. Apart this feature, the P-DESTRE annotations enable the research on UAV-based pedestrian detection, tracking, re-identification and soft biometric solutions.
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