SADet: Learning An Efficient and Accurate Pedestrian Detector

26 Jul 2020 Chubin Zhuang Zhen Lei Stan Z. Li

Although the anchor-based detectors have taken a big step forward in pedestrian detection, the overall performance of algorithm still needs further improvement for practical applications, \emph{e.g.}, a good trade-off between the accuracy and efficiency. To this end, this paper proposes a series of systematic optimization strategies for the detection pipeline of one-stage detector, forming a single shot anchor-based detector (SADet) for efficient and accurate pedestrian detection, which includes three main improvements... (read more)

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