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Measurement of Pedestrian Groups Using Subtraction Stereo

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Measurement of Pedestrian Groups Using Subtraction Stereo
In this paper, detection of pedestrian groups and counting of the number of pedestrians in each group using “subtraction stereo” are discussed. Subtraction stereo is a stereo vision method that focuses on the movement of objects to make a stereo camera robust and produces range images for moving regions. Pedestrian groups are detected with a standard labeling, and three dimensional (3D) features of pedestrian groups are measured from range images obtained by subtraction stereo. Then a method to count the number of pedestrians in a group is proposed. The basic algorithm of the subtraction stereo is implemented on a commercially available stereo camera, and the effectiveness of the method to count the number of pedestrians is verified by experiments using the stereo camera.
Kenji Terabayashi, Yuki Hashimoto, Kazunori Umeda
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ISVC
Authors Kenji Terabayashi, Yuki Hashimoto, Kazunori Umeda
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