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Moving Object Tracking in Video

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Moving Object Tracking in Video
The advance of technology makes video acquisition devices better and less costly, thereby increasing the number of applications that can effectively utilize digital video. Compared to still images, video sequences provide more information about how objects and scenarios change over time. However, video needs more space for storage and wider bandwidth for transmission. Hence is raised the topic of video compression. The MPEG 4 compression standard suggests the usage of object planes. If the object planes are segmented correctly and the motion parameters are derived for each object plane accordingly, a better compression ratio can be expected. Therefore, to take full advantage of the MPEG 4 standard, algorithms for tracking objects are needed. It is also obvious that there is great interest in moving object tracking algorithms in the fields of reconnaissance, robot technology, etc. So, we propose an algorithm to track moving objects in video sequences. The algorithm first separates th...
Yiwei Wang, John F. Doherty, Robert E. Van Dyck
Added 30 Jul 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where AIPR
Authors Yiwei Wang, John F. Doherty, Robert E. Van Dyck
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