Cluster-Based Object Tracking by Wireless Camera Networks
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Multi-Camera Networks: Principles and Applications
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In this chapter, we present a distributed object tracking system that employs a cluster-based Kalman filter in a network of wireless cameras. Cluster formation is triggered by the detection of objects with specific features. More than one cluster may track a single target, since cameras that see the same object may be outside of each other's communication range. The clustering protocol allows the current state and uncertainty of the target position to be easily handed off among cluster heads as the object is being tracked.
Medeiros, Henry and Park, Johnny, "Cluster-Based Object Tracking by Wireless Camera Networks" (2009). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 65.
"Cluster-Based Object Tracking by Wireless Camera Networks," in Multi-Camera Networks: Principles and Applications. Eds. Hamid Aghajan and Andrea Cavallaro. Burlington: Elsevier (Academic Press), 2009: 539-572. DOI.
Henry Medeiros was affiliated with Purdue University at the time of publication.