Correlation Filter Tracking Algorithm Based on Multiple Features and Average Peak Correlation Energy
The traditional target tracking algorithm adopts artificial features. However, the artificial features are not strong enough to illustrate the appearance of the target. So it is difficult to apply to complex scenes; moreover, the traditional target tracking algorithm does not judge the confidence of the response. This paper proposes the Multiple Features and Average Peak Correlation Energy (MFAPCE) tracking algorithm, MFAPCE tracking algorithm combines deep features with color features and uses average peak correlation energy to measure confidence. Finally, according to the confidence to determine whether to update the model. Compared with the traditional tracking algorithm, MFAPCE algorithm can improve the tracking performance according to experiment.
KeywordsCorrelation filter Target tracking Deep features Average peak correlation energy
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (61561016, 11603041), Guangxi Information Science Experiment Center funded project, Department of Science and Technology of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region (AC16380014, AA17202048, AA17202033).
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