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Arie Nakhmani and Allen Tannenbaum. 2011. “Particle Filtering with Region-based Matching for Tracking of Partially Occluded and Scaled Targets”. SIAM J Imaging Sci, 4, 1, Pp. 220-242.
Visual tracking of arbitrary targets in clutter is important for a wide range of military and civilian applications. We propose a general framework for the tracking of scaled and partially occluded targets, which do not necessarily have prominent features. The algorithm proposed in the present paper utilizes a modified normalized cross-correlation as the likelihood for a particle filter. The algorithm divides the template, selected by the user in the first video frame, into numerous patches. The matching process of these patches by particle filtering allows one to handle the target’s occlusions and scaling. Experimental results with fixed rectangular templates show that the method is reliable for videos with nonstationary, noisy, and cluttered background, and provides accurate trajectories in cases of target translation, scaling, and occlusion.Last updated on 02/24/2023