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Fast car detection using image strip features

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Fast car detection using image strip features
This paper presents a fast method for detecting multi-view cars in real-world scenes. Cars are artificial objects with various appearance changes, but they have relatively consistent characteristics in structure that consist of some basic local elements. Inspired by this, we propose a novel set of image strip features to describe the appearances of those elements. The new features represent various types of lines and arcs with edge-like and ridge-like strip patterns, which significantly enrich the simple features such as haar-like features and edgelet features. They can also be calculated efficiently using the integral image. Moreover, we develop a new complexity-aware criterion for RealBoost algorithm to balance the discriminative capability and efficiency of the selected features. The experimental results on widely used single view and multi-view car datasets show that our approach is fast and has good performance.
Wei Zheng, Luhong Liang
Added 18 May 2010
Updated 18 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CVPR
Authors Wei Zheng, Luhong Liang
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