Detection of Objects in Video in Contrast Feature Domain

@inproceedings{Chua2000DetectionOO,
  title={Detection of Objects in Video in Contrast Feature Domain},
  author={- Seng Chua and Yunlong Zhao and Yi Zhang},
  year={2000}
}
Recent advances in computing, networking and multimedia technologies have brought about a surge in digital multimedia applications. In particular, there are great interests to develop automated tools to manage the huge amount of digital video. To facilitate this, we need to develop techniques to detect and track interesting objects in video such as the text captions and human faces. This paper describes the use of contrast feature space to detect these objects in video. The contrast features… CONTINUE READING

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