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Improved Mean-Shift Tracking using Adoptive Mixture of Hue and Saturation
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 Title & Authors
Improved Mean-Shift Tracking using Adoptive Mixture of Hue and Saturation
Park, Han-dong; Oh, Jeong-su;
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 Abstract
Mean-Shift tracking using hue has a problem that it fail in the object tracking when background has similar hue to the object. This paper proposes an improved Mean-Shift tracking algorithm using new data instead of a hue. The new data is generated by adaptive mixture of hue and saturation which have low interrelationship . That is, the proposed algorithm selects a main attribute of color that is able to distinguish the object and background well and a secondary one which don`t, and places their upper 4 bits on upper 4 bits and lower 4 bits on the mixture data, respectively. The proposed algorithm properly tracks the object, keeping tracking error maximum 2.0~4.2 pixel and average 0.49~1.82 pixel, by selecting the saturation as the main attribute of color under tracking environment that background has similar hue to the object.
 Keywords
Mean-Shift;Object;Tracking;Hue;Saturation;
 Language
Korean
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