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D2-Net: A Trainable CNN for Joint Detection and Description of Local Features

This repository contains the implementation of the following paper:

"D2-Net: A Trainable CNN for Joint Detection and Description of Local Features".
M. Dusmanu, I. Rocco, T. Pajdla, M. Pollefeys, J. Sivic, A. Torii, and T. Sattler. CVPR 2019.

Paper on arXiv, Project page

Getting started

Python 3.6+ is recommended for running our code. Conda can be used to install the required packages:

conda install pytorch torchvision cudatoolkit=10.0 -c pytorch
conda install h5py imageio imagesize matplotlib numpy scipy tqdm

Downloading the models

The off-the-shelf Caffe VGG16 weights and their tuned counterpart can be downloaded by running:

mkdir models
wget https://dsmn.ml/files/d2-net/d2_ots.pth -O models/d2_ots.pth
wget https://dsmn.ml/files/d2-net/d2_tf.pth -O models/d2_tf.pth
wget https://dsmn.ml/files/d2-net/d2_tf_no_phototourism.pth -O models/d2_tf_no_phototourism.pth

Update - 23 May 2019 We have added a new set of weights trained on MegaDepth without the PhotoTourism scenes (sagrada_familia - 0019, lincoln_memorial_statue - 0021, british_museum - 0024, london_bridge - 0025, us_capitol - 0078, mount_rushmore - 1589). Our initial results show similar performance. In order to use these weights at test time, you should add --model_file models/d2_tf_no_phototourism.pth.

Feature extraction

extract_features.py can be used to extract D2 features for a given list of images. The singlescale features require less than 6GB of VRAM for 1200x1600 images. The --multiscale flag can be used to extract multiscale features - for this, we recommend at least 12GB of VRAM.

The output format can be either npz or mat. In either case, the feature files encapsulate three arrays:

  • keypoints [N x 3] array containing the positions of keypoints x, y and the scales s. The positions follow the COLMAP format, with the X axis pointing to the right and the Y axis to the bottom.
  • scores [N] array containing the activations of keypoints (higher is better).
  • descriptors [N x 512] array containing the L2 normalized descriptors.
python extract_features.py --image_list_file images.txt (--multiscale)

Feature extraction with kapture datasets

Kapture is a pivot file format, based on text and binary files, used to describe SFM (Structure From Motion) and more generally sensor-acquired data.

It is available at https://github.com/naver/kapture. It contains conversion tools for popular formats and several popular datasets are directly available in kapture.

It can be installed with:

pip install kapture

Datasets can be downloaded with:

kapture_download_dataset.py update
kapture_download_dataset.py list
# e.g.: install mapping and query of Extended-CMU-Seasons_slice22
kapture_download_dataset.py install "Extended-CMU-Seasons_slice22_*"

If you want to convert your own dataset into kapture, please find some examples here.

Once installed, you can extract keypoints for your kapture dataset with:

python extract_kapture.py --kapture-root pathto/yourkapturedataset (--multiscale)

Run python extract_kapture.py --help for more information on the extraction parameters.

Tuning on MegaDepth

The training pipeline provided here is a PyTorch implementation of the TensorFlow code that was used to train the model available to download above.

Update - 05 June 2019 We have fixed a bug in the dataset preprocessing - retraining now yields similar results to the original TensorFlow implementation.

Update - 07 August 2019 We have released an updated, more accurate version of the training dataset - training is more stable and significantly faster for equal performance.

Downloading and preprocessing the MegaDepth dataset

For this part, COLMAP should be installed. Please refer to the official website for installation instructions.

After downloading the entire MegaDepth dataset (including SfM models), the first step is generating the undistorted reconstructions. This can be done by calling undistort_reconstructions.py as follows:

python undistort_reconstructions.py --colmap_path /path/to/colmap/executable --base_path /path/to/megadepth

Next, preprocess_megadepth.sh can be used to retrieve the camera parameters and compute the overlap between images for all scenes.

bash preprocess_undistorted_megadepth.sh /path/to/megadepth /path/to/output/folder

In case you prefer downloading the undistorted reconstructions and aggregated scene information folder directly, you can find them here - Google Drive. You will still need to download the depth maps ("MegaDepth v1 Dataset") from the MegaDepth website.

Training

After downloading and preprocessing MegaDepth, the training can be started right away:

python train.py --use_validation --dataset_path /path/to/megadepth --scene_info_path /path/to/preprocessing/output

BibTeX

If you use this code in your project, please cite the following paper:

@InProceedings{Dusmanu2019CVPR,
    author = {Dusmanu, Mihai and Rocco, Ignacio and Pajdla, Tomas and Pollefeys, Marc and Sivic, Josef and Torii, Akihiko and Sattler, Torsten},
    title = {{D2-Net: A Trainable CNN for Joint Detection and Description of Local Features}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2019 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition},
    year = {2019},
}

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