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High Dynamic Range Video by Igor García Olaizola, Peter Shirley, Patrizio Campisi, Alan Chalmers

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Chapter 11

Improving Tracking Accuracy Using Illumination Neutralization and High Dynamic Range Imaging

N. Ladas*; Y. Chrysanthou*; C. Loscos    * University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus University of Reims Champagne-Ardennes, Reims, France

Abstract

Object recognition and tracking is a common task in video processing with multiple applications including surveillance, security, industrial inspection, medicine, and more. Recognition and tracking accuracy can drop significantly when the scene dynamic range exceeds that of common camera sensors, which may lead to decreased tracking accuracy. The problem is further exacerbated when the scene illumination changes abruptly, such as when a light is turned off, or when clouds obscure the sun. This chapter ...

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