Keeping Multiple Moving Targets in the Field of View of a Mobile Camera
This paper discusses the problem of task selection in active-vision systems. It is shown that optimization of motion perceptibility does not work as the primary task. On the other hand, it is demonstrated that optimization of motion perceptibility under target tracking produces reasonable camera motion. The perceptibility measure is induced by a certain Jacobian matrix and not by the interaction matrix. The interaction matrix does not produce cooperative behavior of multiple active cameras.