Direction-based stochastic matching for pedestrian recognition in non-overlapping cameras

@article{Chen2011DirectionbasedSM,
  title={Direction-based stochastic matching for pedestrian recognition in non-overlapping cameras},
  author={Xiaotang Chen and Kaiqi Huang and Tieniu Tan},
  journal={2011 18th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2011},
  pages={2065-2068}
}
Pedestrian recognition is a challenging problem in non-overlapping multi-camera object tracking. In this paper, we present a novel approach for matching pedestrians across non-overlapping multiple cameras without the need of a training phase or spatio-temporal cues across cameras. To deal with viewpoint changes, we introduce the concept of directional angles estimated using the spatio-temporal continuity in the single camera tracking. To deal with pose changes, a stochastic matching strategy is… CONTINUE READING

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