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A Lattice-Based MRF Model for Dynamic Near-Regular Texture Tracking

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A Lattice-Based MRF Model for Dynamic Near-Regular Texture Tracking
—A near-regular texture (NRT) is a geometric and photometric deformation from its regular origin—a congruent wallpaper pattern formed by 2D translations of a single tile. A dynamic NRT is an NRT under motion. Although NRTs are pervasive in man-made and natural environments, effective computational algorithms for NRTs are few. This paper addresses specific computational challenges in modeling and tracking dynamic NRTs, including ambiguous correspondences, occlusions, and drastic illumination and appearance variations. We propose a lattice-based Markov-Random-Field (MRF) model for dynamic NRTs in a 3D spatiotemporal space. Our model consists of a global lattice structure that characterizes the topological constraint among multiple textons and an image observation model that handles local geometry and appearance variations. Based on the proposed MRF model, we develop a tracking algorithm that utilizes belief propagation and particle filtering to effectively handle the special challeng...
Wen-Chieh Lin, Yanxi Liu
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where PAMI
Authors Wen-Chieh Lin, Yanxi Liu
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