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2008
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Extended Object Tracking Using Monte Carlo Methods
Abstract-- This paper addresses the problem of tracking extended objects, such as ships or a convoy of vehicles moving in urban environment. Two Monte Carlo techniques for extended...
Donka S. Angelova, Lyudmila Mihaylova
WSC
2004
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On Using Monte Carlo Methods for Scheduling
Monte Carlo techniques have long been used (since Buffon's experiment to approximate the value of by tossing a needle onto striped paper) to analyze phenomena which, due to ...
Samarn Chantaravarapan, Ali K. Gunal, Edward J. Wi...
LSSC
2001
Springer
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A Quasi-Monte Carlo Method for Integration with Improved Convergence
Abstract. Quasi-Monte Carlo methods are based on the idea that random Monte Carlo techniques can often be improved by replacing the underlying source of random numbers with a more ...
Aneta Karaivanova, Ivan Dimov, Sofiya Ivanovska
ECCV
2000
Springer
14 years 9 months ago
Quasi-Random Sampling for Condensation
The problem of tracking pedestrians from a moving car is a challenging one. The Condensation tracking algorithm is appealing for its generality and potential for real-time implemen...
Vasanth Philomin, Ramani Duraiswami, Larry S. Davi...
CVPR
2007
IEEE
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Metropolis-Hasting techniques for finite-element-based registration
In this paper, we focus on the design of Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques in a statistical registration framework based on finite element basis (FE). Due to the use of FE basis...
Adeline M. M. Samson, Frédéric J. P....