Auction protocol for camera active control

@article{Li2010AuctionPF,
  title={Auction protocol for camera active control},
  author={Yiming Li and Bir Bhanu and Wei Lin},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2010},
  pages={4325-4328}
}
In this paper, we apply the auction-based theories in economics to camera networks. We develop a set of auction protocols to do camera active control (pan/tilt/zoom) intelligently. Unlike the economic auction, the bid price in our case is formulated to have a vector representation, such that when a camera is available to follow multiple objects, we consider the “willingness” of this camera to track a particular object. Most of the computation is decentralized by computing the bid price locally… CONTINUE READING

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