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Multi-Target, Multi-Camera Tracking by Hierarchical Clustering: Recent Progress on DukeMTMC Project

@article{Zhang2017MultiTargetMT,
  title={Multi-Target, Multi-Camera Tracking by Hierarchical Clustering: Recent Progress on DukeMTMC Project},
  author={Zhimeng Zhang and Jianan Wu and Xuan Zhang and Chi Zhang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1712.09531}
}
Although many methods perform well in single camera tracking, multi-camera tracking remains a challenging problem with less attention. DukeMTMC is a large-scale, well-annotated multi-camera tracking benchmark which makes great progress in this field. This report is dedicated to briefly introduce our method on DukeMTMC and show that simple hierarchical clustering with well-trained person re-identification features can get good results on this dataset. 

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