Mean-Shift-Based Color Tracking in Illuminance Change

@inproceedings{Hayashi2007MeanShiftBasedCT,
  title={Mean-Shift-Based Color Tracking in Illuminance Change},
  author={Yuji Hayashi and Hironobu Fujiyoshi},
  booktitle={RoboCup},
  year={2007}
}
The mean-shift algorithm is an efficient technique for tracking 2D blobs through an image. Although it is important to adapt the mean-shift kernel to handle changes in illumination for robot vision at outdoor site, there is presently no clean mechanism for doing this. This paper presents a novel approach for color tracking that is robust to illumination changes for robot vision. We use two interleaved mean-shift procedures to track the spatial location and illumination intensity of a blob in an… CONTINUE READING

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