Detecting and Tracking Multiple Moving Objects Using Temporal Integration

  title={Detecting and Tracking Multiple Moving Objects Using Temporal Integration},
  author={Michal Irani and Benny Rousso and Shmuel Peleg},
1 I n t r o d u c t i o n Motion analysis, such as optical flow [7], is often performed on the smallest possible regions, both in the temporal domain and in the spatial domain. Small regions, however, carry little motion information, and such motion computation is therefore very inaccurate. Analysis of multiple moving objects based on optical flow.[1] suffers from this inaccuracy. The major difficulty in increasing the size of the spatial region of analysis is the possibility that larger… CONTINUE READING
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