Linear production game solution to a PTZ camera network

@article{Lai2010LinearPG,
  title={Linear production game solution to a PTZ camera network},
  author={Yu-Chun Lai and Yu-Ming Liang and Sheng-Wen Shih and Hong-Yuan Mark Liao and Cheng-Chung Lin},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2010},
  pages={4317-4320}
}
Reconfiguring the PTZ parameters of a camera network is an combinatorial optimization problem and computing the optimal solution is very time consuming. Therefore, existing methods can only provide sub-optimal solutions. In this paper, a nonlinear objective function for better utilizing the cameras to track multiple targets is proposed. Furthermore, it is shown that by expanding the unknown parameters and imposing new constraints, the nonlinear objective function can be converted into a linear… CONTINUE READING

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