Conservation Tracking

@article{Schiegg2013ConservationT,
  title={Conservation Tracking},
  author={Martin Schiegg and Philipp Hanslovsky and Bernhard X. Kausler and Lars Hufnagel and Fred A. Hamprecht},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision},
  year={2013},
  pages={2928-2935}
}
The quality of any tracking-by-assignment hinges on the accuracy of the foregoing target detection / segmentation step. In many kinds of images, errors in this first stage are unavoidable. These errors then propagate to, and corrupt, the tracking result. Our main contribution is the first probabilistic graphical model that can explicitly account for over- and under segmentation errors even when the number of tracking targets is unknown and when they may divide, as in cell cultures. The tracking… CONTINUE READING
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