DETRAC-Train-Annotations-XML: contains full annotations with the attribute information (e.g., vehicle category, weather and scale), which is used for detection training.
DETRAC-Train-Annotations-MAT: contains position information of target trajectories out of the general background regions ignored in the benchmark, which is used for detection and tracking evaluation.
DETRAC-toolkit (Windows beta): contains the actual evaluation toolkit and several state-of-the-art trackers(i.e., CEM, CMOT, DCT, FH2T, GOG, H2T, IHTILS and RMOT). The codes of the trackers are publicly available or provided by the authors.
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