Learning to recognize people in a smart environment

  title={Learning to recognize people in a smart environment},
  author={Ting Yu and Yi Yao and Dashan Gao and Peter H. Tu},
  journal={2011 8th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance (AVSS)},
In this paper, we address the problem of online learning to recognize people from visual appearances, a prerequisite step towards building a fully intelligent and context-aware smart environment. While the trajectories of tracked individuals are responsible for producing samples to the appearance signature learning process, it is highly risky to directly label these appearance samples with tracker IDs, due to possible tracker switches and temporary tracker losses. Through the exploration of… CONTINUE READING


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