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HDMapNet: An Online HD Map Construction and Evaluation Framework

@article{Li2021HDMapNetAO,
  title={HDMapNet: An Online HD Map Construction and Evaluation Framework},
  author={Qi Li and Yue Wang and Yilun Wang and Hang Zhao},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.06307}
}
  • Qi Li, Yue Wang, +1 author Hang Zhao
  • Published 2021
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
High-definition map (HD map) construction is a crucial problem for autonomous driving. This problem typically involves collecting high-quality point clouds, fusing multiple point clouds of the same scene, annotating map elements, and updating maps constantly. This pipeline, however, requires a vast amount of human efforts and resources which limits its scalability. Additionally, traditional HD maps are coupled with centimeter-level accurate localization which is unreliable in many scenarios [1… Expand

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