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Multi-Cue Onboard Pedestrian Detection

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Multi-Cue Onboard Pedestrian Detection
Various powerful people detection methods exist. Surprisingly, most approaches rely on static image features only despite the obvious potential of motion information for people detection. This paper systematically evaluates different features and classifiers in a sliding-window framework. First, our experiments indicate that incorporating motion information improves detection performance significantly. Second, the combination of multiple and complementary feature types can also help improve performance. And third, the choice of the classifier-feature combination and several implementation details are crucial to reach best performance. In contrast to many recent papers experimental results are reported for four different datasets rather than using a single one. Three of them are taken from the literature allowing for direct comparison. The fourth dataset is newly recorded using an onboard camera driving through urban environment. Consequently this dataset is more realist...
Christian Wojek (TU Darmstadt), Stefan Walk (TU Da
Added 09 May 2009
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where CVPR
Authors Christian Wojek (TU Darmstadt), Stefan Walk (TU Darmstadt), Bernt Schiele (TU Darmstadt)
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