Camera handoff with adaptive resource management for multi-camera multi-object tracking

@article{Chen2010CameraHW,
  title={Camera handoff with adaptive resource management for multi-camera multi-object tracking},
  author={Chung-Hao Chen and Yi Yao and David L. Page and Besma Roui-Abidi and Andreas F. Koschan and Mongi A. Abidi},
  journal={Image Vision Comput.},
  year={2010},
  volume={28},
  pages={851-864}
}
Camera handoff is a crucial step to obtain a continuously tracked and consistently labeled trajectory of the object of interest in multi-camera surveillance systems. Most existing camera handoff algorithms concentrate on data association, namely consistent labeling, where images of the same object are identified across different cameras. However, there exist many unsolved questions in developing an efficient camera handoff algorithm. In this paper, we first design a trackability measure to… CONTINUE READING
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