Assisted Video Object Labeling By Joint Tracking of Regions and Keypoints

  title={Assisted Video Object Labeling By Joint Tracking of Regions and Keypoints},
  author={Julien Fauqueur and Gabriel J. Brostow and Roberto Cipolla},
  journal={2007 IEEE 11th International Conference on Computer Vision},
Manual labeling of objects in videos is a tedious task. We present an approach which automatically propagates the labels from a single frame to the next ones. We tackle the challenging problem of tracking segmented regions by combining keypoint tracking with an advanced multiple region matching strategy, based on inclusion similarity and connected regions. We ran experiments on a 101 frame driving video sequence for which we produced the corresponding hand- labeled groundtruth. We make this… CONTINUE READING
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