What is Point Supervision Worth in Video Instance Segmentation?

arxiv(2024)

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Video instance segmentation (VIS) is a challenging vision task that aims to detect, segment, and track objects in videos. Conventional VIS methods rely on densely-annotated object masks which are expensive. We reduce the human annotations to only one point for each object in a video frame during training, and obtain high-quality mask predictions close to fully supervised models. Our proposed training method consists of a class-agnostic proposal generation module to provide rich negative samples and a spatio-temporal point-based matcher to match the object queries with the provided point annotations. Comprehensive experiments on three VIS benchmarks demonstrate competitive performance of the proposed framework, nearly matching fully supervised methods.
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