Discriminative Mean Shift Tracking with Auxiliary Particles

@inproceedings{Wang2007DiscriminativeMS,
  title={Discriminative Mean Shift Tracking with Auxiliary Particles},
  author={Junqiu Wang and Yasushi Yagi},
  booktitle={ACCV},
  year={2007}
}
We present a new approach towards efficient and robust tracking by incorporating the efficiency of the mean shift algorithm with the robustness of the particle filtering. The mean shift tracking algorithm is robust and effective when the representation of a target is sufficiently discriminative, the target does not jump beyond the bandwidth, and no serious distractions exist. In case of sudden motion, the particle filtering outperforms the mean shift algorithm at the expense of using a large… CONTINUE READING
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