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The problems of motion segmentation and face clustering can be addressed in a framework of subspace clustering methods. In this paper, we tackle the more general problem of clustering data points lying in a union of low-dimensional linear(or affine) subspaces, which can be naturally applied in motion segmentation and face clustering. For data points drawn(More)
Feature tracking is a fundamental problem in computer vision, with applications in many computer vision tasks, such as visual SLAM and action recognition. This paper introduces a novel multi-body feature tracker that exploits a multi-body rigidity assumption to improve tracking robustness under a general perspective camera model. A conventional approach to(More)
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