Image Processing

This dataset, presents the results of motion detection experiments conducted on five distinct datasets sourced from changedetection.net: bungalows, boats, highway, fall and pedestrians. The motion detection process was executed using two distinct algorithms: the original ViBe algorithm proposed by Barnich et al. (G-ViBe) and the CCTV-optimized ViBe algorithm known as α-ViBe.

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Mapping millions of buried landmines rapidly and removing them cost-effectively is supremely important to avoid their potential risks and ease this labour-intensive task. Deploying uninhabited vehicles equipped with multiple remote sensing modalities seems to be an ideal option for performing this task in a non-invasive fashion. This report provides researchers with vision-based remote sensing imagery datasets obtained from a real landmine field in Croatia that incorporated an autonomous uninhabited aerial vehicle (UAV), the so-called LMUAV.

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Slow moving motions are mostly tackled by using the phase information of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) images through Interferometric SAR (InSAR) approaches based on machine and deep learning. Nevertheless, to the best of our knowledge, there is no dataset adapted to machine learning approaches and targeting slow ground motion detections. With this dataset, we propose a new InSAR dataset  for Slow SLIding areas DEtections (ISSLIDE) with machine learning. The dataset is composed of standardly processed interferograms and manual annotations created following geomorphologist strategies.

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The "ShrimpView: A Versatile Dataset for Shrimp Detection and Recognition" is a meticulously curated collection of 10,000 samples (each with 11 attributes) designed to facilitate the training of deep learning models for shrimp detection and classification. Each sample in this dataset is associated with an image and accompanied by 11 categorical attributes.

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Light-matter interactions within indoor environments are significantly depolarizing. Nonetheless, the relatively small polarization attributes are informative. To make use of this information, polarized-BRDF (pBRDF) models for common indoor materials are sought. Fresnel reflection and diffuse partial polarization are popular terms in pBRDF models, but the relative contribution of each is highly material-dependent and changes based on scattering geometry and albedo.

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Recognizing and categorizing banknotes is a crucial task, especially for individuals with visual impairments. It plays a vital role in assisting them with everyday financial transactions, such as making purchases or accessing their workplaces or educational institutions. The primary objectives for creating this dataset were as follows:

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This dataset contains video-clips of five volunteers developing daily life activities. Each video-clip is recorded with a Far InfraRed (FIR) camera and includes an associated file which contains the three-dimensional and two-dimensional coordinates of the main body joints in each frame of the clip. This way, it is possible to train human pose estimation networks using FIR imagery.

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This dataset contains the Supplementary Information of the article "Discovering Mathematical Patterns Behind HIV-1 Genetic Recombination: a new methodology to identify viral features" (Manuscript DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2023.3311752).

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SYPHAXAR dataset is a dataset for Arabic text detection in the wild. It was collected from Tunisia in “Sfax” city, the second largest Tunisian city after the capital. A total of 3078 images were gathered through manual collection one by one, with each image energizing text detection challenges in nature according to real existing complexity of 15 different routes along with ring roads, intersections and roundabouts. These annotated images consist of more than 31000 objects, each of which is enclosed within a bounding box.

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Point cloud streaming has recently attracted research attention as it has the potential to provide six degrees of freedom movement, which is essential for truly immersive media. The transmission of point clouds requires high-bandwidth connections, and adaptive streaming is a promising solution to cope with fluctuating bandwidth conditions. Thus, understanding the impact of different factors in adaptive streaming on the Quality of Experience (QoE) becomes fundamental. Point clouds have been evaluated in Virtual Reality (VR), where viewers are completely immersed in a virtual environment.

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