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Handbook of Image and Video Processing, 2nd Edition by Alan C. Bovik

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4.11

2D and 3D Motion Tracking in Digital Video

Georgios Stamou, Michail Krinidis, Evangelos Loutas, Nikos Nikolaidis and Ioannis Pitas,     Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

1 Introduction

2 Rigid Object Tracking

2.1 Two-Dimensional Rigid Object Tracking

2.2 Three-Dimensional Rigid Object Tracking

3 Articulated Object Tracking

3.1 Three-Dimensional Articulated Object Tracking

3.2 Two-Dimensional Articulated Object Tracking

Acknowledgment

References

1 Introduction

The basic idea behind tracking objects in digital video is to derive object or even camera motion information. On the basis of the results derived for a video frame, we can predict (or estimate) rather than detect the object position and/or orientation. This is ...

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