A python implementation of Lucid Data Dreaming.

Lucid Data Dreaming is a data augmentation technique for semi-supervised video object segmentation, which is proposed in Lucid Data Dreaming for Multiple Object Tracking, A. Khoreva, R. Benenson, E. Ilg, T. Brox and B. Schiele, arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.09554, 2017.

This implementation is based on the offcial released code written in matlab, which can be found here. I also used code from harveyslash's PatchMatch repository, his work can be found here.



To generate a pair of images, you can refer to We firstly generate the background image and then used it to do the Lucid Data Dreaming. The former invokes and can be done in about one minute. Once the background is generated, there is no need to do the same work again. The Lucid Data Dreaming invokes, using only around 0.4 seconds to generate a pair of images, which is much faster than the matlab version.

(The time mentioned above is on a server with NVIDIA TITAN X GPU and Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v4 @ 2.40GHz)