SHREC'19 Track Extended 2D Scene Image-Based 3D Scene Retrieval

Hameed Abdul-Rashid, Juefei Yuan, Bo Li, Yijuan Lu, Tobias Schreck, Ngoc Minh Bui, Trong Le Do, Mike J. Holenderski, Dmitri S. Jarnikov, Tu Khiem Le, V. Menkovski, Khac Tuan Nguyen, Thanh An Nguyen, Vinh Tiep Nguyen, Van Tu Ninh, Luis A. Perez Rey, Minh Triet Tran, Tianyang Wang

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In the months following our SHREC 2018 - 2D Scene Image-Based 3D Scene Retrieval (SceneIBR2018) track, we have extended
the number of the scene categories from the initial 10 classes in the SceneIBR2018 benchmark to 30 classes, resulting in a
new benchmark SceneIBR2019 which has 30,000 scene images and 3,000 3D scene models. For that reason, we seek to further
evaluate the performance of existing and new 2D scene image-based 3D scene retrieval algorithms using this extended and more
comprehensive new benchmark. Three groups from the Netherlands, the United States and Vietnam participated and collectively
submitted eight runs. This report documents the evaluation of each method based on seven performance metrics, offers an indepth discussion as well as analysis on the methods employed and discusses future directions that have the potential to address
this task. Again, deep learning techniques have demonstrated notable performance in terms of both accuracy and scalability
when applied to this exigent retrieval task. To further enrich the current state of 3D scene understanding and retrieval, our
evaluation toolkit, all participating methods’ results and the comprehensive 2D/3D benchmark have all been made publicly
available.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelEG 3DOR 2019 - Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval
RedacteurenDieter Fellner
UitgeverijThe Eurographics Association
Pagina's41-48
Aantal pagina's8
ISBN van elektronische versie9783038680772
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 5 mei 2019

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