fcrn-dp-nyu-depth-v2-tf

This is a model for monocular depth estimation trained on the NYU Depth V2 dataset, as described in the paper Deeper Depth Prediction with Fully Convolutional Residual Networks, where it is referred to as ResNet-UpProj. The model input is a single color image. The model output is an inverse depth map that is defined up to an unknown scale factor. More details can be found in the following repository.

Metric | Value |
---|---|

Type | Monodepth |

GFLOPs | 63.5421 |

MParams | 34.5255 |

Source framework | TensorFlow* |

Metric | Value |
---|---|

RMSE | 0.573 |

log10 | 0.055 |

rel | 0.127 |

Accuracy numbers obtained on NUY Depth V2 dataset. The `log10`

metric is logarithmic absolute error, defined as `abs(log10(gt) - log10(pred))`

, where `gt`

- ground truth depth map, `pred`

- predicted depth map. The `rel`

metric is relative absolute error defined as absolute error normalized on ground truth depth map values (`abs(gt - pred) / gt`

, where `gt`

- ground truth depth map, `pred`

- predicted depth map).

Image, name - `Placeholder`

, shape - `1,228,304,3`

, format is `B,H,W,C`

where:

`B`

- batch size`C`

- channel`H`

- height`W`

- width

Channel order is `RGB`

.

Image, name - `Placeholder`

, shape - `1,3,228,304`

, format is `B,C,H,W`

where:

`B`

- batch size`C`

- channel`H`

- height`W`

- width

Channel order is `BGR`

.

Inverse depth map, name - `ConvPred/ConvPred`

, shape - `1,128,160`

, format is `B,H,W`

where:

`B`

- batch size`H`

- height`W`

- width

Inverse depth map is defined up to an unknown scale factor.

Inverse depth map, name - `ConvPred/ConvPred`

, shape - `1,128,160`

, format is `B,H,W`

where:

`B`

- batch size`H`

- height`W`

- width

Inverse depth map is defined up to an unknown scale factor.

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