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Tracking movement objects in sequence pictures

Originální název

Tracking movement objects in sequence pictures

Anglický název

Tracking movement objects in sequence pictures

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The aim of my work was determine trajectory of moving simple objects - tokens in picture sequence. I used modified Kalman filter to predict and identify the trajectory of moving objects in sequence of 2D image. Presented approach resolves trajectory ambiguities, a case when a number of tokens are large and their speeds and accelerations vary. Correspondence problem is determined between two or more consecutive frames based on tokens similarity. Tracked objects may vanish, appear at a new position and/or mutually occlude each other. Backtracking is used to solve these problems.

Anglický abstrakt

The aim of my work was determine trajectory of moving simple objects - tokens in picture sequence. I used modified Kalman filter to predict and identify the trajectory of moving objects in sequence of 2D image. Presented approach resolves trajectory ambiguities, a case when a number of tokens are large and their speeds and accelerations vary. Correspondence problem is determined between two or more consecutive frames based on tokens similarity. Tracked objects may vanish, appear at a new position and/or mutually occlude each other. Backtracking is used to solve these problems.

BibTex


@article{BUT41994,
  author="Igor {Potúček}",
  title="Tracking movement objects in sequence pictures",
  annote="The aim of my work was determine trajectory of moving simple objects - tokens in picture sequence. I used modified Kalman filter to predict and identify the trajectory of moving objects in sequence of 2D image. Presented approach resolves trajectory ambiguities, a case when a number of tokens are large and their speeds and accelerations vary. Correspondence problem is determined between two or more consecutive frames based on tokens similarity. Tracked objects may vanish, appear at a new position and/or mutually occlude each other. Backtracking is used to solve these problems.",
  chapter="41994",
  journal="ElectronicsLetters.com - http://www.electronicsletters.com",
  number="2",
  volume="2003",
  year="2003",
  month="january",
  pages="1--15",
  type="journal article - other"
}