23 June 1997 Improvement of object classification in image sequences
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It is known that the performance of recognition by humans is improved by time integration. We have investigated this phenomenon in image sequences. The object hypotheses are detected in the image sequence utilizing object regions and motion in analogy to human perception. A multiple thresholding segmentation and a change detection process by wavelet transformation are used for detection. The detected segments are tracked over time. Our classification approach assumes, that the objects are recognized as a connected entity. Therefore a structural object description derived from the image sequence was developed. This description contains the geometric relations and shape features of the individual object parts as well as the motion behavior. Normalized difference measures of the structural descriptions have been derived for the classification. The differences are determined and combined by a fuzzy approach. The results have shown, that the classification can be improved and stabilized by the object description derived from the image sequence.
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D. Ernst, H. Gross, D. Stricker, Ulrich Thoennessen, "Improvement of object classification in image sequences", Proc. SPIE 3069, Automatic Target Recognition VII, (23 June 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.277128; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.277128
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