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beckzhan
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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
beckzhan   8/2/2012 2:41:12 PM
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Hello Guys. I have done Frame differencing.It is so easy. and I am doing Gaussian method. I almost finished, but could I ask you about some mistakes? Best regards, Bek.

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beckzhan   7/31/2012 2:49:45 AM
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Hello. I need help video substraction and video tracking. Frame differencing and Gaussian method. alen.almaty@mail.ru

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jacaheyo   7/26/2012 3:33:51 PM
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Thank you very much for the detailed article! Some images and the m-files are no longer available.. is it possible to re-upload them again? Or does anyone have the files? Thank you very much!

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Acer4321   5/22/2012 4:11:43 AM
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hey,thanks for useful info. Can anyone tell me how to convert any video into graysacle video in matlab?????????

Jervans
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Jervans   1/4/2012 1:09:18 PM
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The files seem to be down. Can they be uploaded again?

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WORKSTATION   5/26/2011 12:17:16 PM
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I solving my last request; but the avi file obtained using the folowing function is empty. mov=im2frame(uint8(fg), gray); movie2avi(mov,'fileName','fps',15); The file is creat but empty! Please, I need your help. E-mail: ibmacire@yahoo.fr

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meganega   5/7/2011 1:50:09 PM
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Mr. Seth Benton Thanks for writing and sharing this article, very nice article, and the code give something even more! this really help my research, thanks again sir :)

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WORKSTATION   4/28/2011 1:46:10 PM
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In other hand: How to use MoG to determine the reference plane(background)on a scene lookdown by three cameras; we suppose they are three or four parallel planes to the ground. The frames are simultaneously acquired from these three cameras and already stored in jpg format. e-mail: ibmacire@yahoo.fr

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WORKSTATION   4/28/2011 1:34:03 PM
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Just today I discover this article; I found your code can permit me to begin my research work. In addition, I would like have some explication about its applications in multiple planes contexts lookdown by multiple cameras. I want use MoG algorithm (MATLAB codes)to determine the reference background. Thanks for all.

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jacky007ex   12/22/2010 11:07:06 AM
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Dear Seth Benton, You did a great job on related topic. May I use your m-code of Mixture of Gaussians for final year project reference? Just for academic use. Would mind sending me a confirmation letter to me in using it? or you can ask me for further details, thanks a lot. email: gn00378304@hotmail.com Thanks!

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