2017 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshop (ICCVW) (2017)
Oct. 22, 2017 to Oct. 29, 2017
Motivated by various new applications of computational symmetry in computer vision and in an effort to advance machine perception of symmetry in the wild, we organize the third international symmetry detection challenge at ICCV 2017, after the CVPR 2011/2013 symmetry detection competitions. Our goal is to gauge the progress in computational symmetry with continuous benchmarking of both new algorithms and datasets, as well as more polished validation methodology. Different from previous years, this time we expand our training/testing data sets to include 3D data, and establish the most comprehensive and largest annotated datasets for symmetry detection to date; we also expand the types of symmetries to include densely-distributed and medial-axis-like symmetries; furthermore, we establish a challenge-and-paper dual track mechanism where both algorithms and articles on symmetry-related research are solicited. In this report, we provide a detailed summary of our evaluation methodology for each type of symmetry detection algorithm validated. We demonstrate and analyze quantified detection results in terms of precision-recall curves and F-measures for all algorithms evaluated. We also offer a short survey of the paper-track submissions accepted for our 2017 symmetry challenge.
computer vision, object detection
C. Funk et al., "2017 ICCV Challenge: Detecting Symmetry in the Wild," 2017 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshop (ICCVW), Venice, Italy, 2018, pp. 1692-1701.