Background Model Based on Statistical Local Difference Pattern

@inproceedings{Yoshinaga2012BackgroundMB,
  title={Background Model Based on Statistical Local Difference Pattern},
  author={Satoshi Yoshinaga and A. Shimada and H. Nagahara and R. Taniguchi},
  booktitle={ACCV Workshops},
  year={2012}
}
  • Satoshi Yoshinaga, A. Shimada, +1 author R. Taniguchi
  • Published in ACCV Workshops 2012
  • Computer Science
  • We present a robust background model for object detection and report its evaluation results using the database of Background Models Challenge (BMC). Our background model is based on a statistical local feature. In particular, we use an illumination invariant local feature and describe its distribution by using a statistical framework. Thanks to the effectiveness of the local feature and the statistical framework, our method can adapt to both illumination and dynamic background changes… CONTINUE READING
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