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Tool for Semiautomatic Labeling of Moving Objects in Video Sequences: TSLAB.

Cuevas C, Yáñez EM, García N - Sensors (Basel) (2015)

Bottom Line: An advanced and user-friendly tool for fast labeling of moving objects captured with surveillance sensors is proposed, which is available to the public.The labeling can be performed easily and quickly thanks to a very friendly graphical user interface that allows one to automatize many common operations.This interface also includes some semiautomatic advanced tools that simplify the labeling tasks and drastically reduce the time required to obtain high-quality results.

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Affiliation: Grupo de Tratamiento de Imágenes, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), E-28040 Madrid, Spain. ccr@gti.ssr.upm.es.

ABSTRACT
An advanced and user-friendly tool for fast labeling of moving objects captured with surveillance sensors is proposed, which is available to the public. This tool allows the creation of three kinds of labels: moving objects, shadows and occlusions. These labels are created at both the pixel level and object level, which makes them suitable to assess the quality of both moving object detection strategies and tracking algorithms. The labeling can be performed easily and quickly thanks to a very friendly graphical user interface that allows one to automatize many common operations. This interface also includes some semiautomatic advanced tools that simplify the labeling tasks and drastically reduce the time required to obtain high-quality results.

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f4-sensors-15-15159: Navigation window.

Mentions: The navigation window, which is illustrated in Figure 4, is composed of a main menu, a toolbar and five panels: image selection, label selection, layer selection, label properties and display area. The main menu includes functions that allow one to load sequences, reset or exit the application, saving the ground-truth data in the formats specified in Section 7.3, or choosing the content to visualize in the display area. The five aforementioned panels allow one to navigate across the loaded sequence (image selection panel), navigate across the labels into an image (label selection panel), choose the layer to edit (layer selection panel), change the identifier of a label or set a label as a static object (label properties panel) and visualize the original images and the created labels (display area panel). Finally, the toolbar (located below the main menu) can be used to enlarge or reduce the visualized images, to scroll the viewing area and to return the initial view. The details concerning the use of all of these menus and panels appear in the user manual, which can be downloaded from the same website that TSLAB [18].


Tool for Semiautomatic Labeling of Moving Objects in Video Sequences: TSLAB.

Cuevas C, Yáñez EM, García N - Sensors (Basel) (2015)

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f4-sensors-15-15159: Navigation window.
Mentions: The navigation window, which is illustrated in Figure 4, is composed of a main menu, a toolbar and five panels: image selection, label selection, layer selection, label properties and display area. The main menu includes functions that allow one to load sequences, reset or exit the application, saving the ground-truth data in the formats specified in Section 7.3, or choosing the content to visualize in the display area. The five aforementioned panels allow one to navigate across the loaded sequence (image selection panel), navigate across the labels into an image (label selection panel), choose the layer to edit (layer selection panel), change the identifier of a label or set a label as a static object (label properties panel) and visualize the original images and the created labels (display area panel). Finally, the toolbar (located below the main menu) can be used to enlarge or reduce the visualized images, to scroll the viewing area and to return the initial view. The details concerning the use of all of these menus and panels appear in the user manual, which can be downloaded from the same website that TSLAB [18].

Bottom Line: An advanced and user-friendly tool for fast labeling of moving objects captured with surveillance sensors is proposed, which is available to the public.The labeling can be performed easily and quickly thanks to a very friendly graphical user interface that allows one to automatize many common operations.This interface also includes some semiautomatic advanced tools that simplify the labeling tasks and drastically reduce the time required to obtain high-quality results.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Grupo de Tratamiento de Imágenes, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), E-28040 Madrid, Spain. ccr@gti.ssr.upm.es.

ABSTRACT
An advanced and user-friendly tool for fast labeling of moving objects captured with surveillance sensors is proposed, which is available to the public. This tool allows the creation of three kinds of labels: moving objects, shadows and occlusions. These labels are created at both the pixel level and object level, which makes them suitable to assess the quality of both moving object detection strategies and tracking algorithms. The labeling can be performed easily and quickly thanks to a very friendly graphical user interface that allows one to automatize many common operations. This interface also includes some semiautomatic advanced tools that simplify the labeling tasks and drastically reduce the time required to obtain high-quality results.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus