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Motion-based object segmentation using local background sprites

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Motion-based object segmentation using local background sprites
It is well known that video material with a static background allows easier segmentation than that with a moving background. One approach to segmentation of sequences with a moving background is to use preprocessing to create a static background, after which conventional background subtraction techniques can be used for segmenting foreground objects. It has been recently shown that global motion estimation and/or background sprite generation techniques are reliable. We propose a new background modeling technique for object segmentation using local background sprite generation. Experimental results show the excellent performance of this new method compared to recent algorithms proposed.
Andreas Krutz, Alexander Glantz, Thilo Borgmann, M
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICASSP
Authors Andreas Krutz, Alexander Glantz, Thilo Borgmann, Michael R. Frater, Thomas Sikora
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