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1st Place Solutions for Waymo Open Dataset Challenges - 2D and 3D Tracking

@article{Wang20201stPS,
  title={1st Place Solutions for Waymo Open Dataset Challenges - 2D and 3D Tracking},
  author={Yu Wang and Sijia Chen and Li Huang and Runzhou Ge and Yihan Hu and Zhuangzhuang Ding and Jie Liao},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.15506}
}
This technical report presents the online and real-time 2D and 3D multi-object tracking (MOT) algorithms that reached the 1st places on both Waymo Open Dataset 2D tracking and 3D tracking challenges. An efficient and pragmatic online tracking-by-detection framework named HorizonMOT is proposed for camera-based 2D tracking in the image space and LiDAR-based 3D tracking in the 3D world space. Within the tracking-by-detection paradigm, our trackers leverage our high-performing detectors used in… 

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