Re-identification of persons in multi-camera surveillance under varying viewpoints and illumination

@inproceedings{Bouma2012ReidentificationOP,
  title={Re-identification of persons in multi-camera surveillance under varying viewpoints and illumination},
  author={Henri Bouma and Sander Borsboom and Richard J. M. den Hollander and S. Landsmeer and Marcel Worring},
  year={2012}
}
The capability to track individuals in CCTV cameras is important for surveillance and forensics alike. However, it is laborious to do over multiple cameras. Therefore, an automated system is desirable. In literature several methods have been proposed, but their robustness against varying viewpoints and illumination is limited. Hence performance in realistic settings is also limited. In this paper, we present a novel method for the automatic re-identification of persons in video from… CONTINUE READING

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