Accurate flood delineation is crucial in many disaster management tasks, including, but not limited to: risk map production and update, impact estimation, claim verification, or planning of countermeasures for disaster risk reduction. Open remote sensing resources such as the data provided by the Copernicus ecosystem enable to carry out this activity, which benefits from frequent revisit times on a global scale. In the last decades, satellite imagery has been successfully applied to flood delineation problems, especially considering Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) signals.

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The C3I Synthetic Human Dataset provides 48 female and 84 male synthetic 3D humans in fbx format generated from iClone 7 Character creator “Realistic Human 100” toolkit with variations in ethnicity, gender, race, age, and clothing. For each of these, it further provides the full-body model with five different facial expressions – Neutral, Angry, Sad, Happy, and Scared. Along with the body models, it also open-sources a data generation pipeline written in python to bring those models into a 3D Computer Graphics tool called Blender.

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Dataset for segmentation of the defects on the surfaces of the military cartridge cases. The datasets with non-defective, defective and masked image classes of the defective cartridge cases.

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This open dataset is subject to CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 License. The dataset is intended for scientific research purposes and it cannot be used for commercial purposes. The authors encourage users to use it for public research and as a testbench for private research. Please note that any promotional/marketing material built upon this dataset should be backed by publicly available description of the work leading to the promotional/marketing claims.

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This dataset contains different types of data:

  • Subject's basic information (single .csv file)
  • Body measurements (single .csv file)
  • Anonymous 3D avatars (one .obj file per avatar)

Please read Readme.pdf file for full details of the content.

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Counting the appearance of characters in videos is still an unsolved problem in computer vision, and the related dataset is insufficient and un-extracted. This dataset provides some labeled data for some video clips with interested character face pictures and appearance time. In this way, it provides the training and testing datasets for artificial intelligence models to do statistics about the appearance of characters in videos.

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The dataset contains results of the paper being submitted.

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This project investigates bias in automatic facial recognition (FR). Specifically, subjects are grouped into predefined subgroups based on gender, ethnicity, and age. We propose a novel image collection called Balanced Faces in the Wild (BFW), which is balanced across eight subgroups (i.e., 800 face images of 100 subjects, each with 25 face samples).

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The experimental data in this paper comes from the bamboo sticks provided by farmers who sell bamboo in Anji. We randomly grab less than 100 bamboo sticks and bundle them together. The heights of 5cm, 10cm, 15cm, and 20cm were taken from the front and left and right inclination to take pictures, screen clear and effective experimental data, and then use labelimg software to label them. The sparse bamboo stick samples collected were 600.

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This is the data for the paper "Fusion of Human Gaze and Machine Vision for Predicting Intended Locomotion Mode" published on IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2022. 

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Computer vision can be used by robotic leg prostheses and exoskeletons to improve high-level transitions between different locomotion modes (e.g., level-ground walking to stair ascent) through the prediction of future environmental states. Here we developed the StairNet dataset to support research and development in vision-based automated stair recognition.

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