13 June 2014 The CPHD and R-RANSAC trackers applied to the VIVID dataset
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In this work, two multitarget trackers - the Cardinalized Probability Hypothesis Density (CPHD) filter and the Recursive Random Sample Consensus (R-RANSAC) algorithm - were applied to three scenarios of the Video Verification of IDentity (VIVID) dataset provided by DARPA. The dataset consists of real video data of multiple cars observed from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and includes challenging situations such as dense traffic and occlusions. The same detector output was given to each tracker and the same metrics of performance were computed in order to ensure fair comparison of the two tracking approaches. The results show the CPHD did better overall, which was to be expected given that it is the more mature approach.
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Ramona Georgescu, Ramona Georgescu, Peter Niedfeldt, Peter Niedfeldt, Shuo Zhang, Shuo Zhang, Amit Surana, Amit Surana, Alberto Speranzon, Alberto Speranzon, Ozgur Erdinc, Ozgur Erdinc, "The CPHD and R-RANSAC trackers applied to the VIVID dataset", Proc. SPIE 9092, Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets 2014, 90920E (13 June 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2068075; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2068075

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