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Title: SHREC 2020: 3D point cloud semantic segmentation for street scenes
Authors: Ku, Tao
Veltkamp, Remco C.
Boom, Bas
Duque-Arias, David
Velasco-Forero, Santiago
Deschaud, Jean-Emmanuel
Goulette, Francois
Marcotegui, Beatriz
Ortega Trujillo, Sebastián Eleazar 
Trujillo Pino, Agustín Rafael 
Suárez, Jose Pablo 
Santana Núñez, José Miguel 
Ramírez, Cristian
Akadas, Kiran
Gangisetty, Shankar
UNESCO Clasification: 220990 Tratamiento digital. Imágenes
330499 Otras (especificar)
Keywords: SHREC
3D point cloud
Semantic segmentation
Benchmark
Shrec 2020, et al
Issue Date: 2020
Project: Realización de un programa de actuación conjunta de investigación y desarrollo en clasificación y visualización de líneas eléctricas 
Journal: Computers and Graphics 
Conference: 3DOR 2020 - 13th 3D Object Retrieval Workshop
Abstract: Scene understanding of large-scale 3D point clouds of an outer space is still a challenging task. Compared with simulated 3D point clouds, the raw data from LiDAR scanners consist of tremendous points returned from all possible reflective objects and they are usually non-uniformly distributed. Therefore, its cost- effective to develop a solution for learning from raw large-scale 3D point clouds. In this track, we provide large-scale 3D point clouds of street scenes for the semantic segmentation task. The data set consists of 80 samples with 60 for training and 20 for testing. Each sample with over 2 million points represents a street scene and includes a couple of objects. There are five meaningful classes: building, car, ground, pole and vegetation. We aim at localizing and segmenting semantic objects from these large-scale 3D point clouds. Four groups contributed their results with different methods. The results show that learning- based methods are the trend and one of them achieves the best performance on both Overall Accuracy and mean Intersection over Union. Next to the learning-based methods, the combination of hand-crafted detectors are also reliable and rank second among comparison algorithms.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/74712
ISSN: 0097-8493
DOI: 10.1016/j.cag.2020.09.006
Source: Computers and Graphics [ISSN 0097-8493], v. 93, p. 13-24, (Diciembre 2020)
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