Avinash Kalyanaraman

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Rock climbing is a relatively new, but highly popular sport. In the current state of the art, there is no technology that can record climbing routes and statistics about a climber's exercises. Taking photographs of routes is the state of art method of sharing descriptions of climbing routes with other climbing enthusiasts. We propose to automatically track(More)
The last decade has seen a considerable increase in the number of sensors we interact with on a daily basis. However, it is not always possible for a single sensing system to capture the complete story. While statically mounted infrastructure sensors typically capture the <i>what, where, how much etc</i> aspects of a detected event, e.g. (<i>what appliance(More)
In this paper, we consider a variant of the multi-target tracking problem in which the tracking region is divided into zones and targets can only be monitored as they transition between these zones. We call this the transition tracking problem. The key challenge in Transition Tracking is to estimate the number of targets in the tracking region without being(More)
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