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Object tracking in videosequence

By Zdeněk Nešpor

Abstract

This thesis deals with tracking a predefined object in the movie. After a brief introduction describes the procedure suitable for the detection of an object in a video sequence, where the methods are also discussed in detail. There is dealt with issues of image preprocessing, image segmentation and object detection in the image. The main emphasis is laid on using detectors of interest points and descriptors of areas - SURF and SIFT. The second part deals with the practical implementation of a program suitable to monitor predefined object in the movie. First are analyzed libraries suitable for object tracking in a video sequence in an environment of Java, followed by a detailed description of the selected library OpenCV along with wrapper JavaCV. Further described is own application in terms of control and functionality are described key method. Outputs along with discussion and evaluation are presented at the end of work

Topics: SURF; object tracking; Java; detekce objektu; OpenCV; SIFT; sledování objektu; JavaCV; object detection
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta elektrotechniky a komunikačních technologií
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:220323
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