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A Survey on Moving Object Detection and Tracking Methods

@inproceedings{Pathan2015ASO,
  title={A Survey on Moving Object Detection and Tracking Methods},
  author={Imrankhan Pathan and Chetan Chauhan},
  year={2015}
}
-The researchers has attracted on object tracking research. [] Key Method To check existence and to locate that objects in video, Object detection is performed. The detected object can be classified among the various categories such as humans, vehicles, birds, floating clouds, swaying tree and other moving objects. Object tracking is performed by monitoring objects’ spatial and temporal changes like its presence, position, size, shape, etc. during a video sequence. This paper presents a brief survey of…

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