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Future Object Detection with Spatiotemporal Transformers

  title={Future Object Detection with Spatiotemporal Transformers},
  author={Adam Tonderski and Joakim Johnander and Christoffer Petersson and Kalle AAstrom},
, Abstract. We propose the task Future Object Detection, in which the goal is to predict the bounding boxes for all visible objects in a future video frame. While this task involves recognizing temporal and kine-matic patterns, in addition to the semantic and geometric ones, it only requires annotations in the standard form for individual, single (future) frames, in contrast to expensive full sequence annotations. We propose to tackle this task with an end-to-end method, in which a detection… 



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