A modular multi-camera framework for team sports tracking

@article{Hayet2005AMM,
  title={A modular multi-camera framework for team sports tracking},
  author={Jean-Bernard Hayet and Tom Mathes and Jacek Czyz and Justus H. Piater and Jacques G. Verly and Benoit M. Macq},
  journal={IEEE Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={493-498}
}
This article presents a modular architecture for multicamera tracking in the context of sports broadcasting. For each video stream, a geometrical module continuously performs the image-to-model homography estimation. A local-feature based tracking module tracks the players in each view. A supervisor module collects, associates and fuses the data provided by the tracking modules. The originality of the proposed system is three-fold. First, it allows to localize the targets on the ground with… CONTINUE READING

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