MULTI-TARGET TRACKING BY DISCRIMINATIVE ANALYSIS ON RIEMANNIAN MANIFOLD

Abstract : This paper addresses the problem of multi-target tracking in crowded scenes from a single camera. We propose an algorithm for learning discriminative appearance models for different targets. These appearance models are based on covariance descriptor extracted from tracklets given by a short-term tracking algorithm. Short-term tracking relies on object descriptors tuned by a controller which copes with context variation over time. We link tracklets by using discriminative analysis on a Riemannian manifold. Our evaluation shows that by applying this discriminative analysis, we can reduce false alarms and identity switches, not only for tracking in a single camera but also for matching object appearances between non-overlapping cameras.
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ICIP - International Conference on Image Processing - 2012, Sep 2012, Orlando, United States. IEEE Computer Society, 1, pp.1-4, 2012, People re-identification and tracking from multiple cameras
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Slawomir Bak, Duc Phu Chau, Julien Badie, Etienne Corvee, François Bremond, et al.. MULTI-TARGET TRACKING BY DISCRIMINATIVE ANALYSIS ON RIEMANNIAN MANIFOLD. ICIP - International Conference on Image Processing - 2012, Sep 2012, Orlando, United States. IEEE Computer Society, 1, pp.1-4, 2012, People re-identification and tracking from multiple cameras. 〈hal-00703633〉

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