CLEVR-Dialog is a large diagnostic dataset for studying multi-round reasoning in visual dialog. Specifically, that authors construct a dialog grammar that is grounded in the scene graphs of the images from the CLEVR dataset. This combination results in a dataset where all aspects of the visual dialog are fully annotated. In total, CLEVR-Dialog contains 5 instances of 10-round dialogs for about 85k CLEVR images, totaling to 4.25M question-answer pairs.

The CLEVR-Dialog is used to benchmark performance of standard visual dialog models; in particular, on visual coreference resolution (as a function of the coreference distance). This is the first analysis of its kind for visual dialog models that was not possible without this dataset.

CLEVR-Dialog is aims to help inform the development of future models for visual dialog.

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