Inter-Camera Person Tracking in Non-overlapping Networks: Re-identification Protocol and On-line Update

@inproceedings{Kumar2017InterCameraPT,
  title={Inter-Camera Person Tracking in Non-overlapping Networks: Re-identification Protocol and On-line Update},
  author={K. A. Shiva Kumar and K. R. Ramakrishnan and G. N. Rathna},
  booktitle={ICDSC},
  year={2017}
}
Person tracking in non-overlapping camera networks is an important problem in many applications. Re-identification plays a significant role for successful tracking. Recently, much progress has been made in re-identification, but the traditional re-identification evaluation is not very suitable for tracking applications. It does not consider specific challenges of re-identification for person tracking such as open-set, dynamic and smaller gallery set and multiple cameras. We propose a new… CONTINUE READING

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