[evaal contest] Fwd: Track 3 - Deadline approaching
Joaquín Torres Sospedra
jtorres at uji.es
Wed Sep 21 15:49:14 CEST 2016
I forward this email to the list.
According to the competition rules:
"Each csv file must have a new position estimation line every 0.5 seconds.”
“The first TimeStamp must correspond to the first timestamp in the logfiles”
Although we prefer the modulo 0.5 to represent the time, you can submit the results using any of the two formats that you mention if both restrictions have been followed.
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> Inicio del mensaje reenviado:
> De: Stefan Knauth <stefan.knauth at hft-stuttgart.de>
> Asunto: Re: [evaal contest] Track 3 - Deadline approaching
> Fecha: 21 de septiembre de 2016, 13:35:10 WEST
> Para: Joaquín Torres Sospedra <jtorres at uji.es>
> Dear Joaquín,
> just a technical question:
> On page 6 under "Step 5)" in the describing PDF, it is described:
> "The first TimeStamp must correspond to the
> first timestamp in the logfile"
> For example, "in evaluation_logfile_01.txt",
> the first timestamp is 0.027:
> So, the result file shall be look as follows:
> 0.027, ...
> 0.527, ...
> 1.027, ..
> or shall it always be modulo 0.5, say
> 0.000, ...
> 0.500, ...
> 1.000, ...
> like the example in the PDF on page 7 ?
> best regards,
> Am 21.09.2016 um 10:46 schrieb Joaquín Torres Sospedra:
>> Dear Competitors of Track 3,
>> The deadline to submit your results is approaching (*September 23rd*).
>> You have to send your result files by e-mail to Fernando Seco and me.
>> You are able to upload up to 3 different contributions, please archive
>> (in zip files preferably) each contribution separately.
>> Please check the submission format before sending your results:
>> You are expected to present your system during the dedicated IPIN
>> sessions, on Thursday afternoon. The time devoted to each presentation
>> will be 6 minutes, plus 2 minutes for questions and answers. In total,
>> 8 minutes per competitor. *Please prepare your slides accordingly.*
>> Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further question
>> regarding the submission and/or file formats.
>> Best regards,
>> Fernando and Joaquín.
>> Contest mailing list
>> Contest at evaal.aaloa.org
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