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Incremental Learning for Visual Tracking

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Incremental Learning for Visual Tracking
Most existing tracking algorithms construct a representation of a target object prior to the tracking task starts, and utilize invariant features to handle appearance variation of the target caused by lighting, pose, and view angle change. In this paper, we present an efficient and effective online algorithm that incrementally learns and adapts a low dimensional eigenspace representation to reflect appearance changes of the target, thereby facilitating the tracking task. Furthermore, our incremental method correctly updates the sample mean and the eigenbasis, whereas existing incremental subspace update methods ignore the fact the sample mean varies over time. The tracking problem is formulated as a state inference problem within a Markov Chain Monte Carlo framework and a particle filter is incorporated for propagating sample distributions over time. Numerous experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed tracking algorithm in indoor and outdoor environments where the targe...
Jongwoo Lim, David A. Ross, Ruei-Sung Lin, Ming-Hs
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where NIPS
Authors Jongwoo Lim, David A. Ross, Ruei-Sung Lin, Ming-Hsuan Yang
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