I'm working on salient object detection and for evaluation of my proposed method I should compare it with other methods and models (as all do!). I just found that it isn't necessary to test every single method on several data sets. It seems that some of the top researchers in the field established a Website (Salient Object Detection Leaderboard) and made those data publicly available. However, there is an important problem here. The data are uploaded in pan.baidu and we cannot download it from outside of the China. Any solution for that?

  • From the section titled "Salient object detection datasets" on mmcheng.net/salobjbenchmark, I am able to navigate to and download several of the benchmark datasets used in the paper. I'm outside of China. – sboysel Nov 3 '19 at 7:30
  • @sboysel, I didn't mean datasets. The data which is uploaded in Pan.Baidu. However, thanks to god, I found a friend in China and he provided me with the files. :) – Eilia Nov 4 '19 at 17:32
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    Ah, I see how I misunderstood. Glad you found a work around. – sboysel Nov 5 '19 at 0:12
  • @Sboysel, Thanks anyway. – Eilia Nov 5 '19 at 16:42

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