Tracking multiple humans in crowded environment

  title={Tracking multiple humans in crowded environment},
  author={Tao Zhao and Ramakant Nevatia},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2004. CVPR 2004.},
Tracking of humans in dynamic scenes has been an important topic of research. Most techniques, however, are limited to situations where humans appear isolated and occlusion is small. Typical methods rely on appearance models that must be acquired when the humans enter the scene and are not occluded. We present a method that can track humans in crowded environments, with significant and persistent occlusion by making use of human shape models in addition to camera models, the assumption that… CONTINUE READING
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