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Accurate 3D Object Detection using Energy-Based Models

  title={Accurate 3D Object Detection using Energy-Based Models},
  author={Fredrik K. Gustafsson and Martin Danelljan and T. Schon},
  • Fredrik K. Gustafsson, Martin Danelljan, T. Schon
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • ArXiv
  • Accurate 3D object detection (3DOD) is crucial for safe navigation of complex environments by autonomous robots. Regressing accurate 3D bounding boxes in cluttered environments based on sparse LiDAR data is however a highly challenging problem. We address this task by exploring recent advances in conditional energy-based models (EBMs) for probabilistic regression. While methods employing EBMs for regression have demonstrated impressive performance on 2D object detection in images, these… CONTINUE READING

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