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2 September 2015 A new geometric constraint method of moving object detection using moving camera
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We propose a three-view constraint for the motion object detection using moving camera. The proposed method classifies feature points in the video sequence into background or motion object by applying the epipolar constraint and a novel geometric constraint called the “Three-view Distance Constraint”. The three-view distance constraint, being the main contribution of this paper, is derived from the relative camera poses in three different views and implemented within the detection framework. Unlike the epipolar constraint, the three-view distance constraint modifies the surface degradation to the line degradation. The three-view distance constraint is capable of detecting moving objects followed by a moving camera in the same direction . We evaluate the proposed method with several video sequences to demonstrate the effectiveness and robustness of the three-view distance constraint.
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Wei Yang, Guohua Gu, and Wenjuan Wang "A new geometric constraint method of moving object detection using moving camera", Proc. SPIE 9596, Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets 2015, 95960J (2 September 2015);


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