Terms and Conditions
Participants are recommended but not restricted to train their algorithms on the provided train and val sets. The CodaLab page of each track has links to the respective data. The test set is divided into two splits: test-dev and test-challenge. Test-dev is as the default test set for testing under general circumstances and is used to maintain a public leaderboard. Test-challenge is used for the workshop competition; results will be revealed at the workshop. When participating in the task, please be reminded that:
- Any and all external data used for training must be specified in the "method description" when uploading results to the evaluation server.
- Results in the correct format must be uploaded to the evaluation server. The evaluation page on the individual site of each challenge track lists detailed information regarding how results will be evaluated.
- Each entry much be associated to a team and provide its affiliation.
- The results must be submitted through the CodaLab competition site of each challenge track. The participants can make up to 5 submissions per day in the development phases. A total of 5 submissions are allowed during the final test phase. Using multiple accounts to increase the number of submissions is strictly prohibited.
- The organizer reserves the absolute right to disqualify entries which is incomplete or illegible, late entries or entries that violate the rules.
- The best entry of each team will be public in the leaderboard at all time.
- To compete for awards, the participants must fill out a fact sheet briefly describing their methods. There is no other publication requirement.
Datasets and Annotations
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