Robust and Efficient Road Tracking in Aerial Images

  title={Robust and Efficient Road Tracking in Aerial Images},
  author={Jun Zhou and Walter F. Bischof and Terry Caelli},
Automated road tracking is important for map revision but is currently not reliable enough to be useful for industrial applications. Consequently semi-automatic road tracking has become the preferred solution. In this paper we introduce a road tracking system based on particle filtering and human-computer interactions. Particle filters were used to estimate road axis points. During the estimation and human-computer interaction, new reference profiles were generated and stored in the road… CONTINUE READING
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