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Benchmark and Model Zoo

Common settings

  • We use distributed training.

  • All pytorch-style pretrained backbones on ImageNet are from PyTorch model zoo.

  • For fair comparison with other codebases, we report the GPU memory as the maximum value of torch.cuda.max_memory_allocated() for all 8 GPUs. Note that this value is usually less than what nvidia-smi shows.

  • We report the inference time as the total time of network forwarding and post-processing, excluding the data loading time. Results are obtained with the script tools/analysis/benchmark.py which computes the average time on 2000 images.

  • Speed benchmark environments

    HardWare

    • 8 NVIDIA Tesla V100 (32G) GPUs

    • Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 6148 CPU @ 2.40GHz

    Software environment

    • Python 3.7

    • PyTorch 1.5

    • CUDA 10.1

    • CUDNN 7.6.03

    • NCCL 2.4.08

Baselines of video object detection

DFF (CVPR 2017)

Please refer to DFF for details.

FGFA (ICCV 2017)

Please refer to FGFA for details.

SELSA (ICCV 2019)

Please refer to SELSA for details.

Temporal RoI Align (AAAI 2021)

Please refer to Temporal RoI Align for details.

Baselines of multiple object tracking

SORT/DeepSORT (ICIP 2016/2017)

Please refer to SORT/DeepSORT for details.

Tracktor (ICCV 2019)

Please refer to Tracktor for details.

QDTrack (CVPR 2021)

Please refer to QDTrack for details.

ByteTrack (arXiv 2021)

Please refer to ByteTrack for details.

Baselines of single object tracking

SiameseRPN++ (CVPR 2019)

Please refer to SiameseRPN++ for details.

STARK (ICCV 2021)

Please refer to STARK for details.

Baselines of video instance segmentation

MaskTrack R-CNN (ICCV 2019)

Please refer to MaskTrack R-CNN for details.

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