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An MRF based motion detection algorithm implemented on analog resistive network

  • Franck Luthon
  • George V. Popescu
  • Alice Caplier
Motion Segmentation and Tracking
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 800)

Abstract

We present an algorithm based on MRF modelling for motion detection in image sequences and give a modified version for implementation on analog resistive network. Energy minimization is realized by a network relaxing to its state of minimal power dissipation. It takes a few nanoseconds and replaces advantageously time consuming stochastic or suboptimal deterministic relaxation algorithms. The elementary cell of the network is presented along with the environment needed to feed it with the required inputs. Two network architectures are proposed, derived from CCD camera principle. Software simulations of a 128×128 network demonstrate the good behaviour of the modified algorithm on real sequences. Electrical simulations of a 16×16 network with ideal components give promising results. Implementation of the CMOS circuit with VLSI technology is under study at our laboratory.

Keywords

Electrical Potential Network Architecture Elementary Cell Motion Detection Analog Implementation 
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Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Franck Luthon
    • 1
  • George V. Popescu
    • 1
  • Alice Caplier
    • 1
  1. 1.LTIRF, INPGGrenoble cedexFrance

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