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Multi-View Tracking of Multiple Targets with Dynamic Cameras

T. Kroeger, R. Dragon, L. Van Gool
36th German Conference on Pattern Recognition
2014

Abstract

We propose a new tracking-by-detection algorithm for multiple tar- gets from multiple dynamic, unlocalized and unconstrained cameras. In the past tracking has either been done with multiple static cameras, or single and stereo dynamic cameras. We register several moving cameras using a given 3D model from Structure from Motion (SfM), and initialize the tracking given the regis- tration. The camera uncertainty estimate can be efficiently incorporated into a flow-network formulation for tracking. As this is a novel task in the tracking do- main, we evaluate our method on a new challenging dataset for tracking with multiple moving cameras and show that our tracking method can effectively deal with independently moving cameras and camera registration noise.


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@InProceedings{eth_biwi_01138,
  author = {T. Kroeger and R. Dragon and L. Van Gool},
  title = {Multi-View Tracking of Multiple Targets with Dynamic Cameras},
  booktitle = {36th German Conference on Pattern Recognition},
  year = {2014},
  keywords = {}
}