An a contrario Decision Framework for Region-Based Motion Detection

@article{Veit2006AnAC,
  title={An a contrario Decision Framework for Region-Based Motion Detection},
  author={Thomas Veit and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Cao and Patrick Bouthemy},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
  year={2006},
  volume={68},
  pages={163-178}
}
The aim of motion detection is to decide whether a given part of an image belongs to a moving object or to the static background. This paper proposes an automatic decision rule for the detection of moving regions. The proposed framework is derived from a perceptual grouping principle, namely the Helmholtz principle. This principle basically states that perceptually relevant events are perceived because they deviate from a model of complete randomness. Detections are then said to be performed a… CONTINUE READING
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