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Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models

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8/10/2008 04:00 PM EDT
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satish kumarn
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satish kumarn   10/27/2010 9:05:20 AM
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i can't view and download the test video. please send me test video through mail email: satish.rmgm@gmail.com advance thanks

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mdabibi   9/2/2010 12:56:43 PM
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i think it's because of the Video Clip in that site is not AVI Standard Form.you must convert it to AVI Standard Form. mdabibi@gmail.com Mohammad Dabibi

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mdabibi   9/2/2010 12:27:20 AM
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dear sirs, I couldn't download Test video used for background subtraction .would you please send it to my email. i need it very soon. thx for all email: mdabibi@gmail.com mohammad dabibi

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Ahmad52   6/6/2010 2:52:35 PM
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Thank you Sir It is very much informative for me But sir I did not understood in approximate median filter method that why the background is incremented and decremented by 1 and where is the role of median filtering in that code And sir kindly can you tell me that can it be extended so that we can track a specific moving object not all Thanks

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Ahmad52   6/4/2010 4:48:39 PM
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Thank you Sir It is very much informative for me But sir I did not understood in approximate median filter method that why the background is incremented and decremented by 1 and where is the role of median filtering in that code And sir kindly can you tell me that can it be extended so that we can track a specific moving object not all Thaks

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Thierry17   3/29/2010 6:47:35 AM
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A complete survey on background subtraction using GMM is available here: T. Bouwmans, F. El Baf, B. Vachon, ?Background Modeling using Mixture of Gaussians for Foreground Detection - A Survey?, Recent Patents on Computer Science, Volume 1, No 3, pages 219-237, November 2008. and fuzzy version of the GMM: T. Bouwmans, F. El Baf, ?Modeling of Dynamic Backgrounds by Type-2 Fuzzy Gaussians Mixture Models?, MASAUM Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 2, pages 265-277, September 2009. Best regards! Thierry

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Thierry17   3/29/2010 6:45:42 AM
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A complete survey on background subtraction using GMM is available here: T. Bouwmans, F. El Baf, ?Modeling of Dynamic Backgrounds by Type-2 Fuzzy Gaussians Mixture Models?, MASAUM Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 2, pages 265-277, September 2009. T. Bouwmans, F. El Baf, B. Vachon, ?Background Modeling using Mixture of Gaussians for Foreground Detection - A Survey?, Recent Patents on Computer Science, Volume 1, No 3, pages 219-237, November 2008.

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Thierry17   3/29/2010 6:41:58 AM
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Very nice article and more information are available in the following publication: http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/33/82/.../RPCS_2008.pdf and fuzzy version of the GMM: http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00336512_v1/ Best regards! Thierry

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Thierry17   3/24/2010 12:39:34 PM
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A complete survey on background subtraction using GMM is available here: http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00338206_v1/ and fuzzy version here: http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00336512_v1/ best regards! Thierry

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Laplace Jr.   11/14/2009 12:48:53 AM
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Very nice article, it is so helpful for my research. Thanks so much for sharing this ... Laplace Jr.

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