Together with Prof. Andrea Cavallaro I will be giving a tutorial on multi-target tracking at the International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) in Brussels (Tutorial day: 11 September 2011). After a brief introduction on tracking basics and object detection techniques, the tutorial will focus on data association and spatio-temporal filtering […]
I have created a new section of the website that I will populate with information on my past and present research. I have started with a page on the use of Random Finite Sets to track multiple-targets in video sequences. I have also added a couple of interesting videos: one shows an example of […]
Tracking with Random Finite Sets
Many tracking algorithms use the Bayes recursion to propagate uncertain estimates based on uncertain observation over time. This is a well established probabilistic framework for single-target tracking. A problem arises if we want to extend the Bayes framework to multiple objects and we are required to estimate the number […]
My book on video tracking, co-authored by Professor Andrea Cavallaro is finally out. The book provides a comprehensive treatment of the fundamental aspects of algorithm and application development for the video tracking task.
More information about the book and video tracking in general is available at www.videotracking.org.
If you find the topic interesting […]