Improving person re-identification using KCCA
We provided the implementation of the paper Giuseppe Lisanti , Iacopo Masi , Alberto Del Bimbo, “Matching People across Camera Views using Kernel Canonical Correlation Analysis”, Eighth ACM/IEEE International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras, 2014.
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In this paper we address the problem of pose independent face recognition with a gallery set containing one frontal face image per enrolled subject while the probe set is composed by just a face image undergoing pose variations. The approach uses a set of aligned 3D models to learn deformation components using a 3D Morphable Model (3DMM). ...
With the proliferation of cameras in airports and cities, a key component in modern surveillance system is how to organize and search biometrics of people. A biometric detail that identifies a person has recently emerged in computer vision and it is the whole imaged body of the person itself. For this reason a system that is able to searc ...
The aim of this transfer project is the motion control problem of a wheeled mobile robot
(WMR) as observed from uncalibrated ceiling cameras. We develop a method that localizes the robot in real-time and smartly drives it over a path in a large environmen
t with a pure pursuit controller, achieving less then 5 pixel on cross track error. ...
Posterity logging in support of forensic analysis of video surveillance footage can be thought of as saving a compact, semantically relevant snapshot of a scene that might be relevant for future, postmortem analysis of an event or series of events. Faces, particularly high-resolution, high-quality imagery of faces, can be a powerful seman ...
by MICC – University of Florence.
NOTE: This is only a preview of the dataset.
This final dataset is available at
This article describes a new dataset under construction at the Media Integration and Communication Center and the Univers ...
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