Multi-object Tracking System
The article describes the multi-object tracking system based on new approach to object management after preprocessing and background modeling. Object manager determine correlation between objects in previous and current frame by matching features. For matching features algorithm use color histogram with a small number of bins. Each moving object extracted from the scene is assigned to an individual and independent Kalman filter. System stores information about real position of the objects extracted directly from image processing and keep information about centroids predicted by Kalman filter.
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