"Moving Object Tracking of Vehicle Detection": A Concise Review

  title={"Moving Object Tracking of Vehicle Detection": A Concise Review},
  author={A. Shukla and Mona Saini},
  journal={International Journal of Signal Processing, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition},
  • A. Shukla, Mona Saini
  • Published 2015
  • Engineering
  • International Journal of Signal Processing, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition
Vehicle detection and tracking applications play an important role for military and civilian applications such as in highway traffic surveillance control management and traffic planning.This paper presents a review on the various techniques of On-Road Vehicle detection systems that are based on motion model. In this paper a literature Survey of previous and recent works is presented on visionbased vehicle detection using sensors. Detecting the objects in the video and tracking their motion to… Expand

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