A New Motion Detection Algorithm Based on Snake and Mean Shift

@article{Liu2008ANM,
  title={A New Motion Detection Algorithm Based on Snake and Mean Shift},
  author={Yulan Liu and Silong Peng},
  journal={2008 Congress on Image and Signal Processing},
  year={2008},
  volume={4},
  pages={140-144}
}
Active contour model and mean shift are both motion detection algorithms. Each of them has its own merits and shortcomings. An active contour tends to be tracked by noise points and results in a false boundary. A mean shift vector always points to the edge area when the start point is around the object With initial curves given near the objects in each image automatically, we presented a new motion detection algorithm which used the internal energy of active contour to keep a curve continuous… CONTINUE READING

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