Adaptive visual tracking and recognition using particle filters

@inproceedings{Zhou2003AdaptiveVT,
  title={Adaptive visual tracking and recognition using particle filters},
  author={Shaohua Kevin Zhou and Rama Chellappa and Baback Moghaddam},
  booktitle={ICME},
  year={2003}
}
This paper presents an improved method for simultaneous tracking and recognition of human faces from video where a time series model is used to resolve the uncertainties in tracking and recognition. The improvements mainly arise from three aspects: (i) modeling the inter-frame appearance changes within the video sequence using an adaptive appearance model and an adaptive-velocity motion model; (ii) modeling the appearance changes between the video frames and gallery images by constructing… CONTINUE READING
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