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A Survey on Object Tracking

DOI: 10.12677/AIRR.2015.43003, PP. 17-22

Keywords: 目标跟踪,轨迹校正,目标检测
Object Tracking
, Track Alignment, Object Detection

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Object tracking is a process to locate an interested object in a series of image, so as to reconstruct the moving object’s track. This paper presents a summary of related works and analyzes the characteristics of the algorithm. At last, some future directions are suggested.


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