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Automatic Bootstrapping and Tracking of Object Contours / John Chiverton; Xianghua Xie; Majid Mirmehdi

IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, Volume: 21, Issue: 3, Pages: 1231 - 1245

Swansea University Author: Xianghua, Xie

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This work introduces a new fully automatic object tracking and segmentation framework. The framework consists of a motion based bootstrapping algorithm concurrent to a shape based active contour. The shape based active contour uses a finite shape memory that is automatically and continuously built f...

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title Automatic Bootstrapping and Tracking of Object Contours
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description This work introduces a new fully automatic object tracking and segmentation framework. The framework consists of a motion based bootstrapping algorithm concurrent to a shape based active contour. The shape based active contour uses a finite shape memory that is automatically and continuously built from both the bootstrap process and the active contour object tracker. A scheme is proposed to ensure the finite shape memory is continuously updated but forgets unnecessary information. Two new ways of automatically extracting shape information from image data given a region of interest are also proposed. Results demonstrate that the bootstrapping stage provides important motion and shape information to the object tracker.
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