Visual Information and Camera Motion Fusion for 3D Target Tracking
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- Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision, ICARCV 2004, 2004, pp. 2296 - 2301
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This paper proposes a data fusion scheme for visual object identification and tracking by autonomous vehicles. In this scheme, image motion vectors fields, color features, visual disparity depth information and camera motion parameters are fused together to identify the target 3D visual and dynamic features. This paper also presents a detailed description of the 3D target tracking algorithm using an extended Kalman filter with a constant velocity dynamic model. Performance of the proposed scheme is discussed through experimental results.
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