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Real time motion estimation using a neural architecture implemented on GPUs

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Real time motion estimation using a neural architecture implemented on GPUs
This work describes a neural network based architecture that represents and estimates object motion in videos. This architecture addresses multiple computer vision tasks such as image segmentation, object representation or characterization, motion analysis and tracking. The use of a neural network architecture allows for the simultaneous estimation of global and local motion and the representation of deformable objects. This architecture also avoids the problem of finding corresponding features while tracking moving objects. Due to the parallel nature of neural networks, the architecture has been implemented on GPUs that allows the system to meet a set of requirements such as: time constraints management, robustness, high processing speed and re-configurability. Experiments are presented that demonstrate the validity of our architecture to solve problems of mobile agents tracking and motion analysis.
José García Rodríguez, Sergio
Added 07 Apr 2016
Updated 07 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where JRTIP
Authors José García Rodríguez, Sergio Orts-Escolano, Anastassia Angelopoulou, Alexandra Psarrou, Jorge Azorín López, Juan Manuel García Chamizo
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