Participants are invited to submit the following files:
It is possible to submit results for all data or for at least one of the following subsets:
Please submit your tracking results in a zip archive to be named as the provided username. Additionally, name the tracking results according to the corresponding sequences and as done for the annotation of the first image. Please submit the tracking results in the same format as provided for the testing sequences of each test set subgroup. In details:
The organizers will quantitatively evaluate the submitted tracking results with respect to ground truth annotations. For the evaluation we will consider the following measurement:
We will provide the authors with the outcome of the aforementioned evaluation. After approval of the authors, we will include the quantitative evaluation of the tracking results in Results.
The inclusion of the results can be:
Participants shall provide a paper describing their method on 4-8 pages. MICCAI challenge papers should be formatted in Lecture Notes in Computer Science style, see submission format for further information. Other papers can be in a different format, but still need to contain sufficient details to enable organizers to identify and discriminate between methods, and to verify that the rules regarding method's parameters were fulfilled. The file format for all submissions is Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Other formats will not be accepted.