Motion and Shadow Detection with an Improved Colour Model

@inproceedings{Blauensteiner2006MotionAS,
  title={Motion and Shadow Detection with an Improved Colour Model},
  author={Philipp Blauensteiner and Horst Wildenauer and Allan Hanbury and Martin Kampel},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper, common colour models for background subtraction and problems related to their utilisation are discussed. A novel approach to represent chrominance information more suitable for robust background modelling and shadow suppression is proposed. Our method relies on the ability to represent colours in terms of a 3D-polar coordinate system having saturation independent of the brightness function; specifically, we build upon an Improved Hue, Luminance, and Saturation space (IHLS). The… CONTINUE READING

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