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Optimised Particle Filter Approaches to Object Tracking in Video Sequences

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Optimised Particle Filter Approaches to Object Tracking in Video Sequences
In this paper, the ways of optimising a Particle Filter video tracking algorithm are investigated. The optimisation scheme discussed in this work is based on hybridising a Particle Filter tracker with a deterministic mode search technique applied to the particle distribution. Within this scheme, an extension of the recently introduced structural similarity tracker is proposed and compared with the approach based on separate and combined colour and mean-shift tracker. The new approach is especially applicable to real-world video surveillance scenarios, in which the presence of multiple targets and complex background pose a non-trivial challenge to automated trackers. The preliminary results indicate that a considerable improvement in tracking is achieved by applying the optimisation scheme, at the price of a moderate computational complexity increase of the algorithm.
Artur Loza, Fanglin Wang, Miguel A. Patricio, Jes&
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IWINAC
Authors Artur Loza, Fanglin Wang, Miguel A. Patricio, Jesús García, José M. Molina
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