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Motion Segmentation with Level Sets

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Motion Segmentation with Level Sets
Segmentation of motion in an image sequence is one of the most challenging problems in image processing, while at the same time one that finds numerous applications. To date, a wealth of approaches to motion segmentation have been proposed. Many of them suffer from the local nature of the models used. Global models, such as those based on Markov random fields, perform, in general, better. In this paper, we propose a new approach to motion segmentation that is based on a global model. The novelty of the approach is twofold. First, inspired by recent work of other researchers we formulate the problem as that of region competition, but we solve it using the level set methodology. The key features of a level set representation, as compared to active contours, often used in this context, are its ability to handle variations in the topology of the segmentation and its numerical stability. The second novelty of the paper is the formulation in which, unlike in many other motion segmentation al...
Abdol-Reza Mansouri, Janusz Konrad
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where ICIP
Authors Abdol-Reza Mansouri, Janusz Konrad
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