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AUTOMATIC VEHICLE TRACKING IN LOW FRAME RATE AERIAL IMAGE SEQUENCES

@inproceedings{Lenhart2006AUTOMATICVT,
  title={AUTOMATIC VEHICLE TRACKING IN LOW FRAME RATE AERIAL IMAGE SEQUENCES},
  author={Johannes Dipl Ing Lenhart and Stefan Hinz},
  year={2006}
}
Traffic monitoring requires mobile and flexible systems that are able to extract densely sampled spatial and temporal traffic data in large areas in near-real time. Video-based systems mounted on aerial platforms meet these requirements, however, at the expense of a limited field of view. To overcome this limitation of video cameras, we developed a concept for automatic derivation of traffic flow data which is designed for commercial medium format cameras with a resolution of 25-40 cm and a… 
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