Moving Object Tracking Based on Camshift Algorithm

  • Md Shaiful Islam Babu Changchun University of Science & Technology
Keywords: Camshift; target tracking; Kalman; adaptive; mean-shift.

Abstract

Continuously adaptive Camshift is an efficient and lightweight tracking algorithm developed based on mean-shift. Camshift algorithm has the advantage of better real-time, but this algorithm is only suitable for tracking targets in simple cases, not well for tracking desired targets in complex situation. In this paper, we will present an improved method of multiple targets tracking algorithm based on the Camshift algorithm combined with Kalman filter. The tracker of the improved method was used to track each detected target. It can achieve tracking of multiple targets. A large number of experiments have proved that this algorithm has strong target recognition ability, good anti-noise performance, and fast-tracking speed.

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Published
2019-09-08