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Submission Format: ================= Format of d*.csv: ------------------ * column1: 'timestamp' (format-'HH-MM-SS-us') -Should contain the timestamp of the frame which are same as the one given in the test.csv. * column2-4: 'tx,ty,tz' -Translation vector t=[tx,ty,tz] RELATIVE TO THE INITIAL POSITION. NOTE : 1.WHEN SUBMITTING RESULTS,IN THE FOLLOWING FORMAT USING THE FILE NAMES d0.csv TO d2.csv. CREATE A ZIP ARCHIVE OF THEM AND STORE YOUR RESULTS IN ITS ROOT FOLDER. 2.TIMESTAMPS MENTIONED IN THE SUBMISSION FILES SHOULD MATCH WITH THE RESPECTIVE TIMESTAMPS IN THE TEST.CSV FILE. SO YOU SHOULD HAVE A t([tx,ty,tz]) FOR EACH OF THE FRAME IN THE TEST DATA, i.e THERE ARE N TIMESTAMPS IN test.csv , THEN THE SUBMISSION FILE SHOULD HAVE OUTPUT FOR THE SAME N TIMESTAMPS. Evaluation Code: ================ For transperency we have included the IDD Localization challenge evaluation code. It can be compiled via: "python idd_loc_eval.py [BASEDIR] [GTDIR]" --BASEDIR contains the path to the directory which contains the final submission files d*.csv. --GTDIR contains the path to the directory which contains the ground truth files. BASEDIR |---d0.csv |---d1.csv `---d2.csv GTDIR |---d0_gt.csv |---d1_gt.csv `---d2_gt.csv * Format for d0.csv: " timestamp,tx,ty,tz 13-03-28-812057,0.0,0.0,0.0 13-03-28-888473,0.02,0.006,0.006 ... " * Format for d0_gt.csv: " timestamp,latitude,longitude,altitude 13-03-25-812057,17.000000,78.000000,498.000000 13-03-25-888473,17.000001,78.000001,498.000001 .... " NOTE: 1. In the evaluation code we have converted the groundtruth from gps to cartesian coordinates using mercater's projection (with Radius of earth r = 6378137 ). 2. The above formats are just an example and do not represent the actual trajectory/ground truth.