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README.md

PointCNN

Created by Yangyan Li, Rui Bu, Mingchao Sun, Wei Wu, and Baoquan Chen from Shandong University.

Introduction

PointCNN is a simple and general framework for feature learning from point cloud, which refreshed five benchmark records in point cloud processing (as of Jan. 23, 2018), including:

  • classification accuracy on ModelNet40 (91.7%, with 1024 input points only)
  • classification accuracy on ScanNet (77.9%)
  • segmentation part averaged IoU on ShapeNet Parts (86.13%)
  • segmentation mean IoU on S3DIS (62.74%)
  • per voxel labelling accuracy on ScanNet (85.1%)

PointCNN achieved 84.4% accuracy on ModelNet40 classification with only 32 input points, which outperforms PointNet and PointNet++ with a 18.3% accuracy gap, making PointCNN quite promising for real time recognition applications with low resolution point cloud input, such as autonomous driving, as well as robotics in general.

See our PointCNN paper on arXiv for more details.

We highly welcome issues, rather than emails, for PointCNN related questions.

We are working actively on Semantic3D dataset, stay tuned.

License

Our code is released under MIT License (see LICENSE file for details).

Code Organization

The core X-Conv and PointCNN architecture are defined in pointcnn.py.

The network/training/data augmentation hyper parameters for classification tasks are defined in pointcnn_cls, for segmentation tasks are defined in pointcnn_seg.

Explanation of X-Conv and X-DeConv Parameters

Take the xconv_params and xdconv_params from shapenet_x8_2048_fps.py for example:

xconv_param_name = ('K', 'D', 'P', 'C', 'links')
xconv_params = [dict(zip(xconv_param_name, xconv_param)) for xconv_param in
                [(8, 1, -1, 32 * x, []),
                 (12, 2, 768, 32 * x, []),
                 (16, 2, 384, 64 * x, []),
                 (16, 6, 128, 128 * x, [])]]

xdconv_param_name = ('K', 'D', 'pts_layer_idx', 'qrs_layer_idx')
xdconv_params = [dict(zip(xdconv_param_name, xdconv_param)) for xdconv_param in
                 [(16, 6, 3, 2),
                  (12, 6, 2, 1),
                  (8, 6, 1, 0),
                  (8, 4, 0, 0)]]

Each element in xconv_params is a tuple of (K, D, P, C, links), where K is the neighborhood size, D is the dilation rate, P is the representative point number in the output (-1 means all input points are output representative points), and C is the output channel number. The links are used for adding DenseNet style links, e.g., [-1, -2] will tell the current layer to receive inputs from the previous two layers. from Each element specifies the parameters of one X-Conv layer, and they are stacked to create a deep network.

Each element in xdconv_params is a tuple of (K, D, pts_layer_idx, qrs_layer_idx), where K and D have the same meaning as that in xconv_params, pts_layer_idx specifies the output of which X-Conv layer (from the xconv_params) will be the input of this X-DeConv layer, and qrs_layer_idx specifies the output of which X-Conv layer (from the xconv_params) will be forwarded and fused with the output of this X-DeConv layer. The P and C parameters of this X-DeConv layer is also determined by qrs_layer_idx. Similarly, each element specifies the parameters of one X-DeConv layer, and they are stacked to create a deep network.

PointCNN Usage

PointCNN is implemented and tested with Tensorflow 1.6 in python3 scripts. Tensorflow before 1.5 version is not recommended, because of API. It has dependencies on some python packages such as transforms3d, h5py, plyfile, and maybe more if it complains. Install these packages before the use of PointCNN.

If you can only use Tensorflow 1.5 because of OS factor(UBUNTU 14.04),please modify "isnan()" to "std::nan()" in "/usr/local/lib/python3.5/dist-packages/tensorflow/include/tensorflow/core/framework/numeric_types.h" line 49

Here we list the commands for training/evaluating PointCNN on classification and segmentation tasks on multiple datasets.

  • Classification

    • ModelNet40

    cd data_conversions
    python3 ./download_datasets.py -d modelnet
    cd ../pointcnn_cls
    ./train_val_modelnet.sh -g 0 -x modelnet_x3_l4
    
    • ScanNet

    Please refer to http://www.scan-net.org/ for downloading ScanNet task data and scannet_labelmap, and refer to https://github.com/ScanNet/ScanNet/tree/master/Tasks/Benchmark for downloading ScanNet benchmark files:

    scannet_dataset_download

    |_ data

    |_ scannet_labelmap

    |_ benchmark

    cd ../data/scannet/scannet_dataset_download/
    mv ./scannet_labelmap/scannet-labels.combined.tsv ../benchmark/
    
    #./pointcnn_root
    cd ../../../pointcnn/data_conversions
    python scannet_extract_obj.py -f ../../data/scannet/scannet_dataset_download/data/ -b ../../data/scannet/scannet_dataset_download/benchmark/ -o ../../data/scannet/cls/
    python prepare_scannet_cls_data.py -f ../../data/scannet/cls/
    cd ../pointcnn_cls/
    ./train_val_scannet.sh -g 0 -x scannet_x3_l4.py
    
    • tu_berlin

    cd data_conversions
    python3 ./download_datasets.py -d tu_berlin
    python3 ./prepare_tu_berlin_data.py -f ../../data/tu_berlin/ -a
    cat ../../data/tu_berlin/fold_1_*.txt ../../data/tu_berlin/fold_0_*.txt > ../../data/tu_berlin/train_files.txt
    cat ../../data/tu_berlin/fold_2_files.txt > ../../data/tu_berlin/test_files.txt
    cd ../pointcnn_cls
    ./train_val_tu_berlin.sh -g 0 -x tu_berlin_x3_l4
    
    • quick_darw

    Note that the training/evaluation of quick_draw requires LARGE RAM, as we load all stokes into RAM and converting them into point cloud on-the-fly.

    cd data_conversions
    python3 ./download_datasets.py -d quick_draw
    cd ../pointcnn_cls
    ./train_val_quick_draw.sh -g 0 -x quick_draw_full_x4_l4
    
    • MNIST

    cd data_conversions
    python3 ./download_datasets.py -d mnist
    python3 ./prepare_mnist_data.py -f ../../data/mnist
    cd ../pointcnn_cls
    ./train_val_mnist.sh -g 0 -x mnist_x2_l4
    
    • CIFAR-10

    cd data_conversions
    python3 ./download_datasets.py -d cifar10
    python3 ./prepare_cifar10_data.py -f ../../data/cifar10
    cd ../pointcnn_cls
    ./train_val_cifar10.sh -g 0 -x cifar10_x3_l4
    
  • Segmentation

    We use farthest point sampling (the implementation from PointNet++) in segmentation tasks. Compile FPS before the training/evaluation:

    cd sampling
    bash tf_sampling_compile.sh
    
    • ShapeNet

    cd data_conversions
    python3 ./download_datasets.py -d shapenet_partseg
    python3 ./prepare_partseg_data.py -f ../../data/shapenet_partseg
    cd ../pointcnn_seg
    ./train_val_shapenet.sh -g 0 -x shapenet_x8_2048_fps
    ./test_shapenet.sh -g 0 -x shapenet_x8_2048_fps -l ../../models/seg/pointcnn_seg_shapenet_x8_2048_fps_xxxx/ckpts/iter-xxxxx -r 10
    cd ../evaluation
    python3 eval_shapenet_seg.py -g ../../data/shapenet_partseg/test_label -p ../../data/shapenet_partseg/test_data_pred_10 -a
    
    • S3DIS

    Please refer to data_conversions for downloading S3DIS, then:

    cd data_conversions/split_data
    python3 s3dis_prepare_label.py
    python3 s3dis_split.py
    cd ..
    python3 prepare_multiChannel_seg_data.py -f ../../data/S3DIS/out_part_rgb/ -c 6
    mv S3DIS_files/* ../../data/S3DIS/out_part_rgb/
    ./train_val_s3dis.sh -g 0 -x s3dis_x8_2048_k16_fps
    ./test_s3dis.sh -g 0 -x s3dis_x8_2048_k16_fps -l ../../models/seg/s3dis_x8_2048_fps_k16_xxxx/ckpts/iter-xxxxx -r 4
    cd ../evaluation
    python3 s3dis_upsampling.py
    python3 eval_s3dis.py
    

    Please notice that these command just for Area1 validation, after modify the train val path in train_val_s3dis.sh, test_s3dis.sh and s3dis_upsampling.py, you can get other Area results.

    • ScanNet

    Please refer to data_conversions for downloading ScanNet, then:

    cd data_conversions/split_data
    python3 scannet_split.py
    cd ..
    python3 prepare_multiChannel_seg_data.py -f ../../data/scannet/scannet_split_dataset/
    cd ../pointcnn_seg
    ./train_val_scannet.sh -g 0 -x scannet_x8_2048_k8_fps
    ./test_scannet.sh -g 0 -x scannet_x8_2048_k8_fps -l ../../models/seg/pointcnn_seg_scannet_x8_2048_k8_fps_xxxx/ckpts/iter-xxxxx -r 4
    cd ../evaluation
    python3 eval_scannet.py
    
    • Semantic3D (Working in progress, stay tuned ;-)

    cd data_conversions
    bash download_semantic3d.sh
    bash un7z_semantic3d.sh
    mkdir ../../data/semantic3d/val
    mv ../../data/semantic3d/train/bildstein_station3_xyz_intensity_rgb.* ../../data/semantic3d/train/domfountain_station2_xyz_intensity_rgb.* ../../data/semantic3d/train/sg27_station4_intensity_rgb.* ../../data/semantic3d/train/untermaederbrunnen_station3_xyz_intensity_rgb.* ../../data/semantic3d/val
    cd split_data
    python3 semantic3d_split.py
    cd ..
    python3 prepare_multiChannel_seg_data.py -f ../../data/semantic3d/out_part -c 6
    cd ../pointcnn_seg
    ./train_val_semantic3d.sh -g 0 -x semantic3d_x8_2048_k16
    
  • Tensorboard

    If you want to moniter your train step, we recommand you use following command

    cd <your path>/PointCNN
    tensorboard --logdir=../models/<seg/cls> <--port=6006>
    

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