Yingkui Du

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Shadows are physical phenomena observed in most natural scenes. They can cause many problems in computer vision performance. The paper addresses the problem of shadow detection and removal from solo image of natural scenes. Our method is based on Retinex theory which is an image enhancement and illumination compensation model of the lightness and color(More)
Automatic power line recognition from cluttered background is an important and challenging task for a vision based unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) power line inspection system. In this paper, we propose a power line recognition method based on liner object enhancement and parallel lines constraint. A new double-side filter is proposed to enhance the power(More)
The Hough Transform (HT), the Radon Transform (RT) and the Line Segment Detector (LSD) are the most well-known methods for line detection. But the HT and RT methods cost large computing consumption and always resulting a poor performance with many outliers. The LSD method is not effective to the real application of complex background condition. In this(More)
This paper presents a novel active drift correction template tracking algorithm. Compared to Matthews' algorithm in [8], the proposed algorithm achieves synchronously object tracking and drift correction, and save half running time. For the template drift problem during long sequential object tracking, we introduce the active drift correction term into(More)
A robust progressive structure from motion (PSFM) method is proposed for unordered images. Our method can reduce accumulative error efficiently during scene dense recovery and camera motion estimation. The whole unordered images are divided into two classes: key frames and non-key frames. For key frames, superior features are selected and tracked to(More)
Ping-pong ball detection plays an important role in the vision system of ping-pong playing robots. In the paper, we present a fast ball detection method for ping-pong playing robot. A reasonable searching region is proposed based on the ping-pong table and the prediction of the ball’s current position. Five key points are used to detect the ball in(More)