SOTVerse: A User-defined Task Space of Single Object Tracking

@article{Hu2022SOTVerseAU,
  title={SOTVerse: A User-defined Task Space of Single Object Tracking},
  author={Shi-chang Hu and Xin Zhao and Kaiqi Huang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2204.07414}
}
—Single object tracking (SOT) research falls into a cycle – trackers perform well on most benchmarks but quickly fail in challenging scenarios, causing researchers to doubt the insufficient data content and take more effort constructing larger datasets with more challenging situations. However, isolated experimental environments and limited evaluation methods more seriously hinder the SOT research. The former causes existing datasets can not be exploited comprehensively, while the latter… 

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