PASCAL - Pattern Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Computational Learning

Consistent interpretation of image sequences to improve object models on the fly
Johann Prankl, Martin Antenreiter, Peter Auer and Markus Vincze
In: Computer Vision Systems (2009) Springer , pp. 384-293. ISBN 978-3-642-04666-7

Abstract

We present a system, which is able to track multiple objects under partial and total occlusion. The reasoning system builds up a graph based spatio-temporal representation of object hypotheses and thus is able to explain the scene even if objects are totally occluded. Furthermore it adapts the object models and learns new appearances at assumed object locations.We represent objects in a star-shaped geometrical model of interest points using a codebook. The novelty of our system is to combine a spatio-temporal reasoning system and an interest point based object detector for on-line improving of object models in terms of adding new, and deleting unreliable interest points.We propose this system for a consistent representation of objects in an image sequence and for learning changes of appearances on the fly.

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EPrint Type:Book Section
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Subjects:Machine Vision
Learning/Statistics & Optimisation
ID Code:6457
Deposited By:Martin Antenreiter
Deposited On:08 March 2010