Occlusion in Dynamic Scene Analysis
This paper presents several fundamental concepts necessary for the successful analysis of dynamic scenes containing occluding objects by discussing various systems which have been developed to perform this analysis. The dynamic scenes are represented by time ordered sequences of images. Data must be extracted from each of these images and then integrated into coherent information about the sequence as a whole.
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