Simultaneous Detection and Tracking with Motion Modelling for Multiple Object Tracking

Deep learning-based Multiple Object Tracking (MOT) currently relies on off-the-shelf detectors for tracking-by-detection.This results in deep models that are detector biased and evaluations that are detector influenced. To resolve this issue, we introduce Deep Motion Modeling Network (DMM-Net) that can estimate multiple objects' motion parameters to perform joint detection and association in an end-to-end manner... DMM-Net models object features over multiple frames and simultaneously infers object classes, visibility, and their motion parameters. These outputs are readily used to update the tracklets for efficient MOT. DMM-Net achieves PR-MOTA score of 12.80 @ 120+ fps for the popular UA-DETRAC challenge, which is better performance and orders of magnitude faster. We also contribute a synthetic large-scale public dataset Omni-MOT for vehicle tracking that provides precise ground-truth annotations to eliminate the detector influence in MOT evaluation. This 14M+ frames dataset is extendable with our public script (Code at Dataset <https://github.com/shijieS/OmniMOTDataset>, Dataset Recorder <https://github.com/shijieS/OMOTDRecorder>, Omni-MOT Source <https://github.com/shijieS/DMMN>). We demonstrate the suitability of Omni-MOT for deep learning with DMMNet and also make the source code of our network public. read more

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KITTI CARLA nuScenes MOTChallenge MOT15

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