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Magnetar
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MOG
Magnetar   10/28/2014 6:35:03 AM
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Thank you very much Mr. Benton for this well explained methods of motion detection

Howevere, I want to know the algorithm used in the GMM uses the EM algorithm or the K nearest neighbor?

I will be gratefull to answer me.

Cordially

Ivanwest
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Background subraction
Ivanwest   9/18/2014 4:26:56 AM
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Dear sir,

I am doing a project is same as your idea, is to monitor the CCTV, could you please give me the MATLAB source code for background subraction?

my email is Ivan_522@yahoo.com.hk

Thanks.

Ivan 

fakru
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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
fakru   4/22/2014 2:48:43 AM
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can u please send me the code. smdfrk@aol.com please.

needed in project work

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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
markmhel   4/10/2014 6:32:06 AM
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Need Help with the MoG code in C++
Loucascotti   1/6/2014 1:41:27 AM
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Please! could any one help me out here ? ,

I'm working on Video segmentation algorithms, and begin by the simplest way to do it : The famous frame differencing, the three frame differencing method showed a very promissing results, even more faster than the complex ones, now I try to combine between two methods: the early Three frame differencing , and the MoG.

I wrote the code for MoG, still some problems with c++, 

if you guys have any thoughts about this subject please replay, 

Thank you 

loucascotti@ gmail . com

Alabady
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background subtract
Alabady   10/16/2013 12:31:37 PM
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Could you  write the name of the paper that you based the MoG algorithm on?and

how can developed it to give best result?

bhoite
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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
bhoite   9/28/2013 8:31:19 AM
hey plz any one can tell me how background can be subtracted from image???

i want it for my project urgently..! thank you

 

supriyam
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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
supriyam   5/9/2013 11:13:26 AM
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hello sir, i m not able to find matlab code for background subtrcation.plz tell from where to download it..

mani.kandan_#14
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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
mani.kandan_#14   2/19/2013 8:39:46 AM
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Hai sir, Thanks for useful information, But i need matlab code for foreground extraction in dynamic background and algorithms used for that.

sailendra123
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re: Background subtraction, part 1: MATLAB models
sailendra123   2/15/2013 10:45:10 AM
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please re upload the m files as they are missing.

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