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Author Rigoll, Gerhard ♦ Eickeler, Stefan ♦ Yalcin, Ilhan K.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Duisburg Statistical Object Tracker ♦ Test Data ♦ Entire Image ♦ Background Motion ♦ Pets2000 Workshop ♦ Duisburg University ♦ Motion Information ♦ Many System ♦ Statistical Object Tracker ♦ Suitable Testbed ♦ Image Sequence ♦ Test Sequence ♦ First Result ♦ Test Data Sequence ♦ Camera Operation ♦ System Differs
Abstract This paper presents the first results obtained from the statistical object tracker developed at Duisburg University for the test data sequence provided by the organizers of the PETS2000 workshop. Our system differs from many other systems in that respect that it does not use any motion information at all for calculating the trajectory of a moving object in an image sequence, resulting in the fact that the proposed approach even makes the tracking of objects possible in the presence of background motions, for instance caused by other moving objects such as cars, or by camera operations as e.g. panning or zooming. Thus, the test sequence provided for PETS2000 represents a suitable testbed for our system, because it contains different moving objects and thus confronts the system with the challenge of tracking a specifically selected object in presence of other objects that are moving across the entire image and are even intersecting with the trajectories of other objects in the sequence. ...
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