An Efficient Sequential Approach to Tracking Multiple Objects Through Crowds for Real-Time Intelligent CCTV Systems

Efficiency and robustness are the two most important issues for multiobject tracking algorithms in real-time intelligent video surveillance systems. W... Real time systems - Intelligent systems - Video surveillance - Robustness - Histograms - Target tracking - Layout - Humans - Maximum a posteriori estimation - Lighting - closed circuit television - feature extraction - image colour analysis - image sequences - maximum likelihood estimation - optical tracking - video signal processing - video surveillance - real-time intelligent CCTV system - multiobject tracking - intelligent video surveillance - maximum a posteriori estimation - assignment step - location step - occluding object - dominant color histogram - generalized color histogram - feature exclusion - depth-order estimation - two-phase mean-shift location - image sequence - crowded public environment - Bayesian estimation - color histogram - directed acyclic graph (DAG) - exclusion principle - maximum a posteriori (MAP) - mean-shift tracking - multiobject tracking - occlusion - video surveillance - Algorithms - Artificial Intelligence - Computer Systems - Image Enhancement - Image Interpretation, Computer-Assisted - Motion - Pattern Recognition, Automated - Reproducibility of Results - Security Measures - Sensitivity and Specificity - Video Recording - Bayesian estimation - color histogram - directed acyclic graph (DAG) - exclusion principle - maximum a posteriori (MAP) - mean-shift tracking - multiobject tracking - occlusion - video surveillance

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