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2008
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Frame-level temporal calibration of video sequences from unsynchronized cameras
This paper describes a new method for temporally calibrating multiple cameras by image processing operations. Existing multi-camera algorithms assume that the input sequences are ...
Senem Velipasalar, Wayne Wolf
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2008
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Automatic detection of dust devils and clouds on Mars
Andres Castano, Alex Fukunaga, Jeffrey J. Biesiade...
MVA
2008
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Thermo-visual feature fusion for object tracking using multiple spatiogram trackers
In this paper, we propose a framework that can efficiently combine features for robust tracking based on fusing the outputs of multiple spatiogram trackers. This is achieved withou...
Ciarán O Conaire, Noel E. O'Connor, Alan F....
MVA
2008
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Intentional motion on-line learning and prediction
Dizan Vasquez, Thierry Fraichard, Olivier Aycard, ...
MVA
2008
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Evaluation of an appearance-based 3D face tracker using dense 3D data
The ability to detect and track human heads and faces in video sequences can be considered as the finest level of any video surveillance system. In this paper, we introduce a gener...
Fadi Dornaika, Angel Domingo Sappa
MVA
2008
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How close are we to solving the problem of automated visual surveillance?
The problem of automated visual surveillance has spawned a lively research area, with 2005 seeing three conferences or workshops and special issues of two major journals devoted to...
Hannah M. Dee, Sergio A. Velastin
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2008
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Pearson-based mixture model for color object tracking
To track objects in video sequences, many studies have been done to characterize the target with respect to its color distribution. Most often, the Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) is ...
William Ketchantang, Stéphane Derrode, Lion...
MVA
2008
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Coopetitive multi-camera surveillance using model predictive control
We present a generic framework for enhanced active multi-sensing. We propose a coopetitive interaction approach, which combines the salient features of cooperation and competition ...
Vivek K. Singh, Pradeep K. Atrey, Mohan S. Kankanh...
MVA
2008
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An occlusion metric for selecting robust camera configurations
Vision based tracking systems for surveillance and motion capture rely on a set of cameras to sense the environment. The exact placement or configuration of these cameras can have...
Xing Chen, James Davis
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