Subject: Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
During the recent years, correlation filters have shown dominant and spectacular results for visual object tracking. The types of the features that are employed in these family of trackers significantly affect the performance of visual tracking. The ultimate goal is to ... View more
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