Segmentation and tracking of multiple video objects

@article{Colombari2007SegmentationAT,
  title={Segmentation and tracking of multiple video objects},
  author={Andrea Colombari and Andrea Fusiello and Vittorio Murino},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
  year={2007},
  volume={40},
  pages={1307-1317}
}
This paper describes a technique that produces a content-based representation of a video shot composed by a background (still) mosaic and one or more foreground moving objects. Segmentation of moving objects is based on ego-motion compensation and on background modelling using tools from robust statistics. Region matching is carried out by an algorithm that operates on the Mahalanobis distance between region descriptors in two subsequent frames and uses singular value decomposition to compute a… CONTINUE READING
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