Upload to CD.net 2012

In order to have your method reported in the RESULTS 2012 section, please follow these steps :

  1. Download videos to your computer from the DATASET 2012 page.
  2. Run your algorithm on each video and put the resulting binary images in the "results" folder (there must be 1 binary image for each video frame)
    • Only one set of tuning parameters should be used for all videos.
    • The zipped "results" folder must contain the results for every video sequence of one (or more) category.
    • Even if the first hundred frames are not used for ranking, each video must include all the processed frames, from bin000001.png to the last frame.
    • The resulting images must be black-and-white (Black = 0, White = 255) images in png or jpeg format.
  3. When ready to submit results, zip the "results" folder and upload it below. Note: We only support zip files (gzip, gz, 7z or other compression formats are not supported).
  4. The results folder MUST have the following structure results2012.zip. Please don't put other folders in the zip file!
  5. The name of your resulting binary files must comply to the following standard : "bin" + 6 numbers + ".png", ex: bin000023.png, bin002491.png

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Contact information
ex. John
ex. Smith
ex. jsmith@hotmail.com
ex. University of Sherbrooke
ex. motionTech
ex. www.usherbrooke.com/cs/motionTech
ex. alpha = 0.001, beta=10, W=400
ex. ~15 fps for a 720x480 video with Matlab code running on a core i5 laptop
ex. ~75 fps for a 320x240 video with C++/CUDA code running on a core 2 duo 3.2 GHz with a GeForce 9600GT GPU
ex. J. Smith "A new motion detection method called motionTech". In IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 15(1):1168-1177, 2006

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