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Background Subtraction

Gaussian mixture models have been extensively used and enhanced in the surveillance domain because of their ability to adaptively describe multimodal distributions in real-time with low memory requirements. Nevertheless, they
still often suffer from the problem of converging to poor solutions if the main mode stretches and thus over-dominates weaker distributions. Based on the results of the Split and Merge EM algorithm, we propose a solution to this problem. Therefore, we define an appropriate splitting operation and the  corresponding criterion for the selection of candidate modes, for the case of background subtraction. We further enhance the performance of the proposed model by incorporating information from a static objects detector algorithm.

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  • Rubén Heras Evangelio, Michael Pätzold, Thomas Sikora
    Splitting Gaussians in Mixture Models
    9th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal-Based Surveillance, Beijing, China, 18.09.2012 - 21.09.2012
    ISBN: 978-1-4673-2499-1
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