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2007
Springer

3D Tracking by Catadioptric Vision Based on Particle Filters

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3D Tracking by Catadioptric Vision Based on Particle Filters
This paper presents a robust tracking system for autonomous robots equipped with omnidirectional cameras. The proposed method uses a 3D shape and color-based object model. This allows to tackle difficulties that arise when the tracked object is placed above the ground plane floor. Tracking under these conditions has two major difficulties: first, observation with omnidirectional sensors largely deforms the target’s shape; second, the object of interest embedded in a dynamic scenario may suffer from occlusion, overlap and ambiguities. To surmount these difficulties, we use a 3D particle filter to represent the target’s state space: position and velocity with respect to the robot. To compute the likelihood of each particle the following features are taken into account: i) image color; ii) mismatch between target’s color and background color. We test the accuracy of the algorithm in a RoboCup Middle Size League scenario, both with static and moving targets.
Matteo Taiana, José António Gaspar,
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ROBOCUP
Authors Matteo Taiana, José António Gaspar, Jacinto C. Nascimento, Alexandre Bernardino, Pedro U. Lima
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