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A multiple hypothesis approach to figure tracking

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2 Author(s)
Tat-Jen Cham ; Res. Lab., Compaq Comput. Corp., Cambridge, MA, USA ; Rehg, J.M.

This paper describes a probabilistic multiple-hypothesis framework for tracking highly articulated objects. In this framework, the probability density of the tracker state is represented as a set of modes with piecewise Gaussians characterizing the neighborhood around these modes. The temporal evolution of the probability density is achieved through sampling from the prior distribution, followed by local optimization of the sample positions to obtain updated modes. This method of generating hypotheses from state-space search does not require the use of discrete features unlike classical multiple-hypothesis tracking. The parametric form of the model is suited for high dimensional state-spaces which cannot be efficiently modeled using non-parametric approaches. Results are shown for tracking Fred Astaire in a movie dance sequence

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Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1999. IEEE Computer Society Conference on.  (Volume:2 )

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