Robust human detection within a highly dynamic aquatic environment in real time

  title={Robust human detection within a highly dynamic aquatic environment in real time},
  author={How-Lung Eng and Junxian Wang and A. H. K. S. Wah and Wei-Yun Yau},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
This paper presents a real-time foreground detection method for monitoring swimming activities at an outdoor swimming pool. Robust performance and high accuracy of detecting objects-of-interest are two central issues of concern. Therefore, in this paper, a considerable amount of attention has been placed on the following aspects: 1) to establish a better method of modeling aquatic background, which exhibits dynamic characteristics with random spatial movements, and 2) to establish a method of… CONTINUE READING
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