Tracking deformable moving objects under severe occlusions

@article{Jackson2004TrackingDM,
  title={Tracking deformable moving objects under severe occlusions},
  author={J. D. Jackson and A. Yezzi and Stefano Soatto},
  journal={2004 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37601)},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={2990-2995 Vol.3}
}
We propose a nonlinear model for tracking a slowly deforming and moving contour despite significant occlusions. The contour is represented implicitly, and its motion is described by the action of a finite-dimensional group; we estimate both the implicit representation of the contour (its shape) and its motion. Our contribution consists in defining a generative model that is not subject to arbitrary re-parameterization, choice of (non-unique) key points or control points, and allows enforcing a… CONTINUE READING
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