Image Segmentation in Video Sequences Using Modified Background Subtraction

In computer vision, "Background subtraction" is a technique for finding moving objects in a video sequences for example vehicle driving on a freeway. For to detect non stationary (dynamic) objects, it is necessary to subtracting current image from a time-averaged background image. There are various background subtraction algorithms for detecting moving vehicles or any moving object(s) like pedestrians in urban traffic video sequences. A crude approximation to the task of classifying each pixel on the frame of current image, locate slow-moving objects or in poor image qualities of videos and distinguish shadows from moving objects by using modified background subtraction method.

Provided by: Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center Topic: Software Date Added: Feb 2012 Format: PDF

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