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Optimizing Distribution-based Matching by Random Subsampling

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Optimizing Distribution-based Matching by Random Subsampling
We boost the efficiency and robustness of distributionbased matching by random subsampling which results in the minimum number of samples required to achieve a specified probability that a candidate sampling distribution is a good approximation to the model distribution. The improvement is demonstrated with applications to object detection, Mean-Shift tracking using color distributions and tracking with improved robustness for low-resolution video sequences. The problem of minimizing the number of samples required for robust distribution matching is formulated as a constrained optimization problem with the specified probability as the objective function. We show that surprisingly Mean-Shift tracking using our method requires very few samples. Our experiments demonstrate that robust tracking can be achieved with even as few as 5 random samples from the distribution of the target candidate. This leads to a considerably reduced computational complexity that is also independent of object ...
Alex Po Leung, Shaogang Gong
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CVPR
Authors Alex Po Leung, Shaogang Gong
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