Active Structured Learning for High-Speed Object Detection

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Active Structured Learning for High-Speed Object Detection
High-speed smooth and accurate visual tracking of objects in arbitrary, unstructured environments is essential for robotics and human motion analysis. However, building a system that can adapt to arbitrary objects and a wide range of lighting conditions is a challenging problem, especially if hard real-time constraints apply like in robotics scenarios. In this work, we introduce a method for learning a discriminative object tracking system based on the recent structured regression framework for object localization. Using a kernel function that allows fast evaluation on the GPU, the resulting system can process video streams at speed of 100 frames per second or more. Consecutive frames in high speed video sequences are typically very redundant, and for training an object detection system, it is sufficient to have training labels from only a subset of all images. We propose an active learning method that select training examples in a data-driven way, thereby minimizing the required numbe...
Christoph H. Lampert, Jan Peters
Added 26 May 2010
Updated 26 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where DAGM
Authors Christoph H. Lampert, Jan Peters
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