1 January 2008 Data fusion for three-dimensional tracking using particle techniques
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Optical Engineering, 47(1), 016401 (2008). doi:10.1117/1.2835013
Abstract
Robustness and tracking speed are two important indices for evaluating the performance of real-time 3-D tracking. We propose a new approach to fuse sensing data of the most current observation into a 3-D visual tracker with particle techniques. With the proposed data fusion method, the importance density function in the particle filter can be designed to represent posterior states by particle crowds in a better way. This makes the tracking system more robust to noise and outliers. On the other hand, because particle interpretation is performed in a much more efficient fashion, the number of particles used in tracking is greatly reduced, which improves the real-time performance of the system. Simulation and experimental results verified the effectiveness of the proposed method.
Huiying Chen, Youfu Li, "Data fusion for three-dimensional tracking using particle techniques," Optical Engineering 47(1), 016401 (1 January 2008). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2835013
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Particles

Data fusion

Optical tracking

Content addressable memory

3D modeling

Active vision

3D acquisition

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