IEE Proceedings Vision, Image & Signal Processing, Year (2006-2)

Title : ( Car tracking by quantised input LMS, QX-LMS algorithm in traffic scenes )

Authors: Hadi Sadoghi Yazdi ,

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Abstract: The tracking algorithm is an important tool for motion analysis in computer vision. A new car tracking algorithm is proposed which is based on a new clipping technique in the field of adaptive filter algorithms. The uncertainty and occlusion of vehicles increase the noise in vehicle tracking in a traffic scene, so the new clipping technique can control noise in prediction of vehicle positions. The authors present a new quantised version of the LMS, namely the QX-LMS algorithm, which has a better tracking capability in comparison with the clipped LMS (CLMS) and the LMS and also involves less computation. The threshold parameter of the QX-LMS algorithm causes controllability and the increase of tracking and convergence properties, whereas the CLMS and LMS algorithms do not have these capabilities. The QX-LMS algorithm is used for estimation of a noisy chirp signal, for system identification and in car tracking applications. Simulation results for noisy chirp signal detection show that this algorithm yields a considerable error reduction in comparison to the LMS and CLMS algorithms. The proposed algorithm, in tracking some 77 vehicles in different traffic scenes, shows a reduction of the tracking error relative to the LMS and CLMS algorithms.

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@article{paperid:1010159,
author = {Sadoghi Yazdi, Hadi},
title = {Car tracking by quantised input LMS, QX-LMS algorithm in traffic scenes},
journal = {IEE Proceedings Vision, Image & Signal Processing},
year = {2006},
month = {February},
issn = {1350-245X},
keywords = {tracking},
}

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%T Car tracking by quantised input LMS, QX-LMS algorithm in traffic scenes
%A Sadoghi Yazdi, Hadi
%J IEE Proceedings Vision, Image & Signal Processing
%@ 1350-245X
%D 2006

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