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Clique: Spatiotemporal Object Re-identification at the City Scale

  title={Clique: Spatiotemporal Object Re-identification at the City Scale},
  author={Tiantu Xu and Kaiwen Shen and Yang Fu and Humphrey Shi and Felix Xiaozhu Lin},
Object re-identification (ReID) is a key application of city-scale cameras. While classic ReID tasks are often considered as image retrieval, we treat them as spatiotemporal queries for locations and times in which the target object appeared. Spatiotemporal reID is challenged by the accuracy limitation in computer vision algorithms and the colossal videos from city cameras. We present Clique, a practical ReID engine that builds upon two new techniques: (1) Clique assesses target occurrences by… 



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