• Computer Science
  • Published 2008

FPGA-Based Real-Time Video-Object Segmentation with Optimization Schemes

@inproceedings{Hamdy2008FPGABasedRV,
  title={FPGA-Based Real-Time Video-Object Segmentation with Optimization Schemes},
  author={Alaa Hamdy},
  year={2008}
}
This paper presents the implementation of a segmentation process to extract the moving objects from image sequence taken from a static camera used for real time vision tasks. Various aspects of the underlying motion detection algorithm are explored and modifications are made with potential improvements of extraction results and hardware efficiency. The whole system is implemented on a single low cost FPGA chip, capable of real-time segmentation at a very high frame rate that reaches to 1130 fps… CONTINUE READING

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