Real-Time Tracking Framework with Adaptive Features and Constrained Labels
AbstractThis paper proposes a novel tracking framework with adaptive features and constrained labels (AFCL) to handle illumination variation, occlusion and appearance changes caused by the variation of positions. The novel ensemble classifier, including the Forward–Backward error and the location constraint is applied, to get the precise coordinates of the promising bounding boxes. The Forward–Backward error can enhance the adaptation and accuracy of the binary features, whereas the location constraint can overcome the label noise to a certain degree. We use the combiner which can evaluate the online templates and the outputs of the classifier to accommodate the complex situation. Evaluation of the widely used tracking benchmark shows that the proposed framework can significantly improve the tracking accuracy, and thus reduce the processing time. The proposed framework has been tested and implemented on the embedded system using TMS320C6416 and Cyclone Ⅲ kernel processors. The outputs show that achievable and satisfying results can be obtained. View Full-Text
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Li, D.; Xu, T.; Chen, S.; Zhang, J.; Jiang, S. Real-Time Tracking Framework with Adaptive Features and Constrained Labels. Sensors 2016, 16, 1449.
Li D, Xu T, Chen S, Zhang J, Jiang S. Real-Time Tracking Framework with Adaptive Features and Constrained Labels. Sensors. 2016; 16(9):1449.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Daqun; Xu, Tingfa; Chen, Shuoyang; Zhang, Jizhou; Jiang, Shenwang. 2016. "Real-Time Tracking Framework with Adaptive Features and Constrained Labels." Sensors 16, no. 9: 1449.
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