Person tracking using audio and depth cues

@inproceedings{2015PersonTU,
  title={Person tracking using audio and depth cues},
  author={},
  year={2015}
}
  • Published 2015
In this paper, a novel probabilistic Bayesian tracking scheme is proposed and applied to bimodal measurements consisting of tracking results from the depth sensor and audio recordings collected using binaural microphones. We use random finite sets to cope with varying number of tracking targets. A measurement-driven birth process is integrated to quickly localize any emerging person. A new bimodal fusion method that prioritizes the most confident modality is employed. The approach was tested on… CONTINUE READING

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