Floating point HOG implementation for real-time multiple object detection

@article{Komorkiewicz2012FloatingPH,
  title={Floating point HOG implementation for real-time multiple object detection},
  author={Mateusz Komorkiewicz and Maciej Kluczewski and Marek Gorgon},
  journal={22nd International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL)},
  year={2012},
  pages={711-714}
}
Object detection and localization in a video stream is an important requirement for almost all vision systems. In the article a design embedded into a reconfigurable device which is using the Histogram of Oriented Gradients for feature extraction and SVM classification for detecting multiple objects is presented. Superior accuracy is achieved by making all computations using single precision 32-bit floating point values in all stages of image processing. The resulting implementation is fully… CONTINUE READING
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