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Finding and Tracking People from the Bottom Up / Strike a Pose

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vijayame
02-11-2012
03:30 AM ET (US)
hi sir,
 I am doing project under shadow suppression. First,doing background subtraction and then we find segmentation of binary images in shadow detected object...how to apply sir?
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Erik Murphy-Chutorian
09-27-2005
04:45 PM ET (US)
The novelty of these papers lies in the use of appearance models to detect limbs in each scene. As the models must be learned online, however, prior knowledge of the position of the limbs must be known before a color-histogram model can be used to represent them. The authors choice of convolution with Harr-like parallel-contrast bars presents a successful approach, but I wonder if this could be highly confounded given backgrounds with stalky objects like trees. An interesting extension would be to apply a similar approach to a person tracker using frame-by-frame motion dynamics. In this case, the appearance template could be adaptively updated at each current tracking position to bootstrap the motion cue. In addition to using the high information content from dynamic motion, this would allow the system to better handle dramatic global appearance changes that occur gradually over a sequence of frames. Overall, I feel the work is a great contribution, and like everyone else, I'm curious about the computational requirements for each frame.
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William
09-27-2005
04:18 PM ET (US)
An interesting combination of numerous techniques.

But, can this run in real-time?
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