Real Time Parallel Implementation of a Particle Filter Based Visual Tracking

@inproceedings{Falcou2006RealTP,
  title={Real Time Parallel Implementation of a Particle Filter Based Visual Tracking},
  author={Joel Falcou and Thierry Chateau and Jocelyn S{\'e}rot and Jean-Thierry Laprest{\'e}},
  year={2006}
}
Particle filtering is a widely used method to solve vision tracking problems. However, to be able to run in real-time on standard architecture, the state vector used in the particle filter must remain small [1]. We propose a parallel implementation of a 3D tracking algorithm operating on a stereo video stream and running in real-time on a cluster architecture. We demonstrate the efficiency of this implementation with a pedestrian tracking application. 

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