Color Brightness Transfer Function evaluation for non overlapping multi camera tracking

@article{DOrazio2009ColorBT,
  title={Color Brightness Transfer Function evaluation for non overlapping multi camera tracking},
  author={Tiziana D'Orazio and Pier Luigi Mazzeo and Paolo Spagnolo},
  journal={2009 Third ACM/IEEE International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras (ICDSC)},
  year={2009},
  pages={1-6}
}
People Tracking in multiple cameras is of great interest for wide area video surveillance systems. Multi-camera tracking with non-overlapping fields of view (FOV) involves the tracking of people in the blind region and their correspondence matching across cameras. We consider these problems in this paper. We propose a multi camera architecture for wide area surveillance and a real time people tracking algorithm across non overlapping cameras. We compared different methods to evaluate the color… CONTINUE READING
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