Comparative survey: People detection, tracking and multi-sensor Fusion in a video sequence

Abstract : Tracking people in a video sequence is one of the fields of interest in computer vision. It has broad applications in motion capture and surveillance. However, due to the complexity of human dynamic structure, detecting and tracking are not straightforward. Consequently, different detection and tracking techniques with different applications and performance have been developed. To minimize the noise between the prediction and measurement during tracking, Kalman filter has been used as a filtering technique. At the same time, in most cases, detection and tracking results from a single sensor is not enough to detect and track a person. To avoid this problem, using a multi-sensor fusion technique is indispensable. In this paper, a comparative survey of detection, tracking and multi-sensor fusion methods are presented.
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Hiliwi Leake Kidane. Comparative survey: People detection, tracking and multi-sensor Fusion in a video sequence. 2018. ⟨hal-01818792⟩

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