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The Cityscapes Dataset for Semantic Urban Scene Understanding
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We introduce Cityscapes, a benchmark suite and large-scale dataset to train and test approaches for pixel-level and instance-level semantic labeling. Expand
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The Cityscapes Dataset
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We present ongoing work on a new large-scale dataset for (1) assessing the performance of vision algorithms for different tasks of semantic urban scene understanding, including scene labeling, instance-level scene labeling and object detection. Expand
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Pixel-Level Encoding and Depth Layering for Instance-Level Semantic Labeling
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We present a method that leverages a fully convolutional network (FCN) to predict semantic labels, depth and an instance-based encoding using each pixel’s direction towards its corresponding instance center. Expand
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Semantic Stixels: Depth is not enough
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We present Semantic Stixels, a novel vision-based scene model geared towards automated driving. Expand
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Understanding Cityscapes: Efficient Urban Semantic Scene Understanding
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Semantic scene understanding plays a prominent role in the environment perception of autonomous vehicles. Expand
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The Stixel World: A medium-level representation of traffic scenes
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We propose a medium-level model of the environment that is specifically designed to compress information about obstacles by leveraging the typical layout of outdoor traffic scenes. Expand
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Object-Level Priors for Stixel Generation
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This paper presents a stereo vision-based scene model for traffic scenarios that combines bottom-up image segmentation with object-level knowledge in a sound probabilistic fashion. Expand
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Tree-Structured Models for Efficient Multi-Cue Scene Labeling
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We propose a novel approach to semantic scene labeling in urban scenarios, which aims to combine excellent recognition performance with highest levels of computational efficiency. Expand
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Assessment of diastolic dysfunction in the transplanted heart with analysis of pixel-based deformation fields on CMR
Background Diastolic dysfunction is often used as a marker for allograft rejection and may even precede systolic abnormalities. However, diastolic indices provided by echocardiography can be ofExpand
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