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Observation of Pedestrians with Multiple Views

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Observation of Pedestrians with Multiple Views
When pedestriansare observed using a view in the urban area, it is often difficultto track them because of the occlusions overlapped by roadside trees, traffic signs, advertising displays, street lamps, or another pedestrians. When multiple views are used for the observation of pedestrians, the state of the occlusion between views may be different. In this paper, we propose an algorithm to track pedestrians with multiple views taking an advantage of the differences of the state of their occlusion. In our proposal method, each pedestrian can be tracked even if a pedestrian is occluded at one view. Then, the location of an occluded pedestrian is estimated from the correspondenceof pedestrians between views.
Tokuyuki Mahara, Tameharu Hasegawa, Heitoh Zen
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where MVA
Authors Tokuyuki Mahara, Tameharu Hasegawa, Heitoh Zen
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