A Trainable Object Detection System : Car Detection in Static Images

  title={A Trainable Object Detection System : Car Detection in Static Images},
  author={Constantine Papageorgiou},
This paper describes a general, trainable architecture for object detection that has previously been applied to face and people detection with a new application to car detection in static images. Our technique is a learning based approach that uses a set of labeled training data from which an implicit model of an object class { here, cars { is learned. Instead of pixel representations that may be noisy and therefore not provide a compact representation for learning, our training images are… CONTINUE READING
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