Asynchronous Tracking-by-Detection on Adaptive Time Surfaces for Event-based Object Tracking

@article{Chen2019AsynchronousTO,
  title={Asynchronous Tracking-by-Detection on Adaptive Time Surfaces for Event-based Object Tracking},
  author={Haosheng Chen and Qiangqiang Wu and Yanjie Liang and Xinbo Gao and Hanzi Wang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/2002.05583}
}
  • Haosheng Chen, Qiangqiang Wu, +2 authors Hanzi Wang
  • Published in MM '19 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Event cameras, which are asynchronous bio-inspired vision sensors, have shown great potential in a variety of situations, such as fast motion and low illumination scenes. However, most of the event-based object tracking methods are designed for scenarios with untextured objects and uncluttered backgrounds. There are few event-based object tracking methods that support bounding box-based object tracking. The main idea behind this work is to propose an asynchronous Event-based Tracking-by… CONTINUE READING

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