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Sequential Kernel Density Approximation and Its Application to Real-Time Visual Tracking

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4 Author(s)
Bohyung Han ; Adv. Project Center, Mobileye Vision Technol., Princeton, NJ ; Comaniciu, D. ; Ying Zhu ; Davis, L.S.

Visual features are commonly modeled with probability density functions in computer vision problems, but current methods such as a mixture of Gaussians and kernel density estimation suffer from either the lack of flexibility by fixing or limiting the number of Gaussian components in the mixture or large memory requirement by maintaining a nonparametric representation of the density. These problems are aggravated in real-time computer vision applications since density functions are required to be updated as new data becomes available. We present a novel kernel density approximation technique based on the mean-shift mode finding algorithm and describe an efficient method to sequentially propagate the density modes over time. Although the proposed density representation is memory efficient, which is typical for mixture densities, it inherits the flexibility of nonparametric methods by allowing the number of components to be variable. The accuracy and compactness of the sequential kernel density approximation technique is illustrated by both simulations and experiments. Sequential kernel density approximation is applied to online target appearance modeling for visual tracking, and its performance is demonstrated on a variety of videos.

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 7 )

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July 2008

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