Semi-supervised On-Line Boosting for Robust Tracking

@inproceedings{Grabner2008SemisupervisedOB,
  title={Semi-supervised On-Line Boosting for Robust Tracking},
  author={Helmut Grabner and Christian Leistner and Horst Bischof},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2008}
}
Recently, on-line adaptation of binary classifiers for tracking have been investigated. On-line learning allows for simple classifiers since only the current view of the object from its surrounding background needs to be discriminiated. However, on-line adaption faces one key problem: Each update of the tracker may introduce an error which, finally, can lead to tracking failure (drifting). The contribution of this paper is a novel on-line semi-supervised boosting method which significantly… 

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