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A reasoning system to track movements of totally occluded objects Martin Antenreiter
 

Summary: A reasoning system to track movements of totally occluded objects
Martin Antenreiter
Chair of Information Technology (CiT)
University of Leoben, Austria
mantenreit@unileoben.ac.at
Peter Auer
Chair of Information Technology (CiT)
University of Leoben, Austria
auer@unileoben.ac.at
Abstract
We present a system which is able to track objects under
partial and total occlusion. The occlusion and movement
reasoning uses abstract object descriptions for inference
and is based on an extendable knowledge-base. The sys-
tem manages various hypotheses about where objects could
be and where they could reappear. It is able to deal with oc-
clusion, noise and low-level vision failure. Our system uses
a top-down approach, and is an initial step to integrate top-
down and bottom-up processing of visual information.
1. Introduction

  

Source: Auer, Peter - Department Mathematik und Informationstechnologie, Montanuniversitšt Leoben

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences