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Keywords: Grasp Detection, Grasp Metric, Grasp Dataset, Automatic Annotation
Abstract: Grasp detection based on deep learning has been a research hot spot in recent years. The performance of grasping detection models relies on high-quality, large-scale grasp datasets. Taking comprehensive consideration of quality, extendability, and annotation cost, metric-based simulation methodology is the most promising way to generate grasp annotation. As experts in grasping, human intuitively tends to make grasp decision based both on priori and posteriori knowledge. Inspired by that, a combination of priori and posteriori grasp metrics is intuitively helpful to improve annotation quality. In this paper, we build a hybrid metric group involving both priori and posteriori metrics and propose a grasp evaluator to merge those metrics to approximate human grasp decision capability. Centered on the evaluator, we have constructed an automatic grasp annotation framework, through which a large-scale, high-quality, low annotation cost planar grasp dataset GMD is automatically generated.
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