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Cotemporal Multi-View Video Segmentation

Abdelaziz Djelouah 1 Jean-Sébastien Franco 2 Edmond Boyer 2 Patrick Pérez 3 George Drettakis 1
1 GRAPHDECO - GRAPHics and DEsign with hEterogeneous COntent
CRISAM - Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
2 MORPHEO [2011-2015] - Capture and Analysis of Shapes in Motion [2011-2015]
Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, LJK [2007-2015] - Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann [2007-2015], Grenoble INP [2007-2019] - Institut polytechnique de Grenoble - Grenoble Institute of Technology [2007-2019]
Abstract : We address the problem of multi-view video segmenta-tion of dynamic scenes in general and outdoor environments with possibly moving cameras. Multi-view methods for dynamic scenes usually rely on geometric calibration to impose spatial shape constraints between viewpoints. In this paper, we show that the calibration constraint can be relaxed while still getting competitive segmentation results using multi-view constraints. We introduce new multi-view cotemporality constraints through motion correlation cues, in addition to common appearance features used by co-segmentation methods to identify co-instances of objects. We also take advantage of learning based segmentation strategies by casting the problem as the selection of monoc-ular proposals that satisfy multi-view constraints. This yields a fully automated method that can segment subjects of interest without any particular pre-processing stage. Results on several challenging outdoor datasets demonstrate the feasibility and robustness of our approach.
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Abdelaziz Djelouah, Jean-Sébastien Franco, Edmond Boyer, Patrick Pérez, George Drettakis. Cotemporal Multi-View Video Segmentation. International Conference on 3D Vision, Oct 2016, Stanford, United States. ⟨hal-01367430v1⟩



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