Real-Time Multiple Vehicles Tracking with Occlusion Handling

@article{Fang2011RealTimeMV,
  title={Real-Time Multiple Vehicles Tracking with Occlusion Handling},
  author={Wei Fang and Yong Zhao and Yule Yuan and Kai Liu},
  journal={2011 Sixth International Conference on Image and Graphics},
  year={2011},
  pages={667-672}
}
Vehicle detection and tracking is fundamental to vision-based traffic applications. We introduce a real-time system for multiple vehicles tracking with occlusion handling. Firstly, a method of three-level noise removing and vehicle segmentation is presented. Then the segmented vehicles are tracked by using an approach based on normalized area of intersection and the system keeps tracking the occluded vehicles independently by local corner features matching and tracking. Experimental results… CONTINUE READING

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