Moving tracking with approximate topological isomorphism
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Today, tracking of moving objects in video becomes a highlight in multimedia. This paper proposes a novel method, which is suitable for applying on relatively high-resolution videos that moving objects can be distinguished from their color and shape information. This method matches and tracks multiple moving objects in video by extracting and combining multi-features. With the background reconstruction method we proposed, the moving objects are separated as sub images from the background, we first extract some valuable features from each sub image, especially the topological information. Then, features are applied to a strong classifier which is accumulated with weak feature classifiers. After that, by the initial matching of moving objects, we extract their kinematical features to reinforce the matching method. Finally, experimental results show the effectiveness of the novel algorithm.
KeywordsMoving tracking Multi-features extraction Multi-features fusion Topological isomorphism Approximate topological isomorphism
This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China [No. 61262082, 61461039], Key Project of Chinese Ministry of Education [No.212025], Inner Mongolia Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars [2012JQ03], Program of Higher-level talents of Inner Mongolia University , Postgraduate Scientific Research Innovation Foundation of Inner Mongolia [B20141012610Z].
The authors would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to all the volunteers in the experiments and the anonymous reviewers, for their help on this paper.
Conflict of interests
The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.
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