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Thierry17
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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
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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sairam33   6/19/2009 3:36:49 PM
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hello sir, The article was very useful for my studies.how can we improve the speed of mixture of gaussians

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ximulka   5/19/2009 10:11:26 AM
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Could you write the name of the paper that you based the MoG algorithm on? I'm trying to adopt it for audio background detection, and it would be very useful for me. Thanks

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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
ximulka   5/5/2009 11:38:08 AM
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Thanks very much, it was veeeery useful for my research!

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MDN   11/13/2008 6:23:25 AM
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Hello sir, I found your article very useful.Can you please suggest me how would I improve the perfomance of a video using approximate median filter when there is a large change in the background. Thanks, Santosh

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tlee@sp   8/13/2008 2:46:46 AM
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I found the article informative in that different approaches were compared and videos were available. The code was a definite plus. Please keep up the good work Seth!

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