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OSVOS-PyTorch - PyTorch implementation of One-Shot Video Object Segmentation (OSVOS)

  •    Python

Check our project page for additional information. OSVOS is a method that tackles the task of semi-supervised video object segmentation. It is based on a fully-convolutional neural network architecture that is able to successively transfer generic semantic information, learned on ImageNet, to the task of foreground segmentation, and finally to learning the appearance of a single annotated object of the test sequence (hence one-shot). Experiments on DAVIS 2016 show that OSVOS is faster than currently available techniques and improves the state of the art by a significant margin (79.8% vs 68.0%).

hierarchical-graph-based-video-segmentation - Implementation of the hierarchical graph-based video segmentation algorithm proposed by Grundmann et al

  •    C++

This is an implementation of the hierarchical graph-based video segmentation algorithm proposed by Grundmann et al. [1] based on the graph-based image segmentation algorithm by Felzenswalb and Huttenlocher [2].Further, evaluation metrics based on the Precision-Recall Framework for videos [3,4], Undersegmentation Error [4,5] and Achievable Segmentation Accuracy [3] are provided.

tfvos - Semi-Supervised Video Object Segmentation (VOS) with Tensorflow

  •    Jupyter

The aim of this project is to implement and compare implementations of several video object segmentation (VOS) algorithms using Tensorflow. As part of the NIPS Paper Implementation Challenge, we chose MaskRNN: Instance Level Video Object Segmentation (NIPS 2017) [2017h] as our first implementation. See the MaskRNN Tensorflow Implementation Section for more info.

unsupervised-video - [CVPR 2017] Unsupervised deep learning using unlabelled videos on the web

  •    Lua

In CVPR 2017. [Project Website]. The models below only contains the layer that are used for unsupervised transfer learning. For the full model that contains motion segmentation, see next section.




videoseg - [CVPR 2017] Video motion segmentation and tracking

  •    Python

Code for unsupervised bottom-up video motion segmentation. uNLC is a reimplementation of the NLC algorithm by Faktor and Irani, BMVC 2014, that removes the trained edge detector and makes numerous other modifications and simplifications. For additional details, see section 5.1 in the paper. This repository also contains code for a very simple video tracker which we developed. Video Segmentation using low-level vision based unsupervised methods. It is largely inspired from Non-Local Consensus [Faktor and Irani, BMVC 2014] method, but removes all trained components. This segmentation method includes and make use of code for optical flow, motion saliency code, appearance saliency, superpixel and low-level descriptors.

ObjectFlow - Implemenation of the paper: "Video Segmentation via Object Flow", Y

  •    C++

Video Segmentation via Object Flow Yi-Hsuan Tsai, Ming-Hsuan Yang and Michael J. Black IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2016. This is the authors' MATLAB implementation described in the above paper. Please cite our paper if you use our code and model for your research.