Alexandre Alahi

Signal Processing Laboratory, EPFL

October 26, 2007, 14:15, Room GC B3 424 (click here for the map)

Scene Understanding with multiple cameras

Scene understanding with multiple modalities has been one of the main focus of several research communities. Low-cost digital cameras and the progress to process large data sets such as digital images have promoted the development of vision-based analysis. In this talk, current trends to detect and track objects of interest in a scene with digital cameras will be discussed. A novel framework will be described to take advantage of multiple fixed and mobile cameras to enhance the performance of the system. Advantages to deal with fixed cameras and challenges to use mobile ones will be discussed.


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