Robust Object Tracking Based on Motion Consistency
AbstractObject tracking is an important research direction in computer vision and is widely used in video surveillance, security monitoring, video analysis and other fields. Conventional tracking algorithms perform poorly in specific scenes, such as a target with fast motion and occlusion. The candidate samples may lose the true target due to its fast motion. Moreover, the appearance of the target may change with movement. In this paper, we propose an object tracking algorithm based on motion consistency. In the state transition model, candidate samples are obtained by the target state, which is predicted according to the temporal correlation. In the appearance model, we define the position factor to represent the different importance of candidate samples in different positions using the double Gaussian probability model. The candidate sample with highest likelihood is selected as the tracking result by combining the holistic and local responses with the position factor. Moreover, an adaptive template updating scheme is proposed to adapt to the target’s appearance changes, especially those caused by fast motion. The experimental results on a 2013 benchmark dataset demonstrate that the proposed algorithm performs better in scenes with fast motion and partial or full occlusion compared to the state-of-the-art algorithms. View Full-Text
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He, L.; Qiao, X.; Wen, S.; Li, F. Robust Object Tracking Based on Motion Consistency. Sensors 2018, 18, 572.
He L, Qiao X, Wen S, Li F. Robust Object Tracking Based on Motion Consistency. Sensors. 2018; 18(2):572.Chicago/Turabian Style
He, Lijun; Qiao, Xiaoya; Wen, Shuai; Li, Fan. 2018. "Robust Object Tracking Based on Motion Consistency." Sensors 18, no. 2: 572.