By Jun Ohya, Akira Utsumi, Junji Yamato
Analyzing Video Sequences of a number of people: monitoring, Posture Estimation and behaviour Recognition describes a few laptop vision-based equipment that study video sequences of people. extra in particular, equipment for monitoring a number of people in a scene, estimating postures of a human physique in 3D in real-time, and spotting a person's habit (gestures or actions) are mentioned. For the monitoring set of rules, the authors constructed a non-synchronous strategy that tracks a number of people through exploiting a Kalman clear out that's utilized to a number of video sequences. For estimating postures, an set of rules is gifted that locates the numerous issues which be sure postures of a human physique, in 3D in real-time. Human actions are famous from a video series by means of the HMM (Hidden Markov Models)-based procedure that the authors pioneered. The effectiveness of the 3 equipment is proven by means of experimental results.
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A Kalman filter algorithm was introduced to update the tracking models for each observation. This algorithm provides less redundant observations due to the use of the multiple cameras. In addition, the algorithm simplifies the integration mechanism for multiple observations as well as the entire system configuration. This means that the system becomes robust against changes in observation conditions such as the number of cameras used and the performance differences among observation nodes. Experimental results support the superiority of this method.
In addition, non-synchronous observations also have several benefits for implementation. In particular, we do not need any mechanism for synchronization. This is especially useful when the observation nodes are placed very far apart. Furthermore, we do not need to be concerned about the processing speed of each observation node. Generally, the processing time for one image can vary depending on the content of the image as well as on the performance of the processor used for the observation node.
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