Release Agreement for NTU CCTV-Fights Dataset
The NTU CCTV-Fights Dataset contains 1,000 videos picturing real-world fights, recorded from CCTVs or mobile cameras. We also provide frame-level annotation of each fight instance segment present in the videos, with its exact starting and ending points.
The dataset consists of 280 CCTV videos containing different types of fights, ranging from 5 seconds to 12 minutes, with an average length of 2 minutes. Furthermore, it also contains 720 videos of real fights from other sources (hereinafter referred to as Non-CCTV), mainly from mobile cameras, but a few from car cameras (dash-cams) and drones or helicopters. These videos are shorter, 3 seconds to 7 minutes, with an average length of 45 seconds, but still some have multiple instances of fight and can help the model to generalize better.
The NTU CCTV-Fights Dataset is the property of the Rapid-Rich Object Search (ROSE) Lab at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Usage for Academic Reseach
Terms and Conditions:
- Without the expressed permission of the ROSE Lab, any of the following will be considered illegal: redistribution, derivation or generation of a new dataset from this dataset, and commercial usage of any of these datasets in any way or form, either partially or in its entirety.
- For the sake of privacy, images of all subjects in this dataset are only allowed for the demonstration in academic publications and presentations.
- All users of the NTU CCTV-Fights Dataset agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless, the ROSE Lab and its officers, employees, and agents, individually and collectively, from any and all losses, expenses, and damages.
All publications using the NTU CCTV-Fights Dataset should include the following acknowledgement: “(Portions of) the research in this paper used the NTU CCTV-Fights Dataset made available by the ROSE Lab at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.” Furthermore, these publications should cite the following reference: . Mauricio Perez, Alex C. Kot, Anderson Rocha, “Detection of Real-world Fights in Surveillance Videos”, in IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2019.
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