Tuesday, May 18, 2004

Paper Review: Alam04Heteroassociative

"Heteroassociative Multiple-Target Tracking by Fringe-Adjusted Joint Transform Correlation" from JOSA, -- Applied Optics.
[Abstract] A heteroassociative joint transform correlation (JTC) technique is proposed for recognizing and tracking multiple heteroassociative or dissimilar targets from gray-level image sequences by use of the concept of fringe-adjusted JTC and a multiple-target-detection algorithm. A fringe-adjusted JTC technique is used to ensure quantification of the similarities among several input images while it satisfies the equal-correlation-peak criterion. Tracking is accomplished by retrieval of the target motion information estimated from multiple consecutive image frames. An enhanced version of the fringe-adjusted filter is incorporated into the heteroassociative multiple-target-detection process to optimize the correlation performance. The feasibility of the proposed technique is tested by computer simulation with real infrared image data.

Journal = {Applied Optics},
Year = {January 2004},
Title = {Heteroassociative Multiple-Target Tracking by Fringe-Adjusted Joint Transform Correlation},
Number = {2},
Pages = {358-365},
Author = {M. S. Alam and J. Khan and A. Bal},
Volume = {43}}

This paper uses another technique "Joint Transform Correlation" (JTC). It implements multiple targts detection and tracking in grey level image sequence, similar with my nano-bead sequence. In figure 1, the equipment means something to me. But for heteroassociative, well...

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