A Robust Batch Fisheye Transform for Multi-Object Tracking


A Robust Batch Fisheye Transform for Multi-Object Tracking – We present an automated tracking system that can be made automatically accessible in the wild, without a manual intervention. The system is constructed from raw data of objects, and the user has to search the database to get images of objects to be tracked for a given set of objects in a collection. We focus on the object object category and the object category description of the object in the collection, and present an algorithm for generating categories. We show that as the number of object categories grown exponentially, more categories will be generated from these categories, and this is the case across all objects in the collection. We show that the system has three main steps: (1) the user searches the database for the object category in the collection, (2) the database image is generated and then has a search procedure to search by image for the category in the database, and (3) the object category is used to track when the system searches for the category for the objects in the collection. The system can capture the object descriptions accurately, and the system produces images of objects that are not easily identifiable by human eyes.

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A Robust Batch Fisheye Transform for Multi-Object Tracking

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