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Software

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– The Fastest Pedestrian Detector in the West(FPDW): is a detector based on the paper “The Fastest Pedestrian Detector in the West“. For more information, you can visit the following link: FPDW.

 

IMBS Multi-thread (FAFEX): is a C++ library designed for performing an accurate foreground extraction in real-time. In particular I developed the multi-thread version called FAFEX. For more information, you can visit the following link: IMBS.

 

-Maritime Detection, Classification and Tracking (MarDCT): is a data set of videos and images containing data coming from different sources (fixed, moving, and Pan-Tilt-Zoom cameras) and from different scenarios. For more information you can visit the following link: MarDCT.

 

– Event Annotation Tool (EAT): is an instrument for annotating normal and abnormal events in videos and images.
For more information you can visit the following link here.

 

– Object Annotation Tool: is an open source tool for easily annotating videos and sets of images OAT Object Annotation Tool.

 

– Open Automatic Surveillance Framework: It is a collection of methods for performing automatic surveillance with multiple sensors. This framework have been developed has application of my PhD thesis. You can find the website by following this link.

 

– Open Automatic Surveillance Framework: Maritime Detection and Tracking (MarDT) is a data set of videos and images containing data coming from different sources (fixed and Pan-Tilt-Zoom cameras) and from different scenarios. MarDT.

 

– Stereo Vision Software: This is a stereo vision algorithm based on the classical block matching algorithm for stereovision. For compiling the software you need only OpenCV library and cmake. The software is available to the following link.

 

– Skin Lesion Segmentation: it is a GUI for skin lesion segmentation, based on a novel algorithm that will be published. This algorithm is part of the project MEDEA. You can find a web GUI interface by following this link: Skin Lesion Segmentation.

 

– FHIS Image Segmentation Library: it is a library for image segmentation, based on the work proposed by: Camillo Taylor and Anthony Cowley. You can find the library by following this link: FHIS Image Segmentation Library.

 

– Ground Truth Acquisition System for NAO Soccer Robots (GNAO): it is an open source software for monitoring humanoid soccer robot behaviours. The software is part of an easy to set up system conceived for registering ground truth data that can be used for evaluating and testing methods such as robot coordination and localization.  Ground Truth Acquisition System for NAO Soccer Robots (GNAO).

 

– Kinect Grabber: it is a software able to grab images from kinect without installing openni. It is based on OpenCV and libfreenect.
How it works:
1 – Download the Kinect Data Acquisition software
2 – Extract the archive in a directory
3 – Enter in libfreenect directory and create a directory \”build\”
4 – Enter in build and type $ cmake .. && make
5 – Acquire Video by typing: $ ./kinectAcquisition -out name device_number

Download: Kinect Grabber

 

– Basler Ace 1600-20gc Grabber: it is a software able to grab images from the Basler Camera.
How it works:
1 – Download the Omnicamera Grabber
2 – Extract the archive in a directory
3 – Follow the instruction described in README
Download: Basler 1600-20gc Grabber