This work presents an architecture based on a modular and hierarchically-organised system to perform Multiple-Target Tracking (MTT). A set of co-operating modules, which work following both bottom-up and top-down paradigms, are distributed through three levels. Each level is devoted to a main task: Target Detection, Low-Level Tracking (LLT), and High-Level Tracking (HLT). A principled event management is embedded in the system. The system is allowed to switch among Motion-based Tracking (MBT) and Appearance-based Tracking (ABT).
CitationRowe, Daniel; Huerta, Ivan; Perdersoli, Marco; Guinea, Soledad; Gonzàlez, Jordi; Villanueva, Juan J.. "A hierarchical architecture to multiple target tracking". A: 2nd Computer Vision: Advances in Research & Development (CVCRD), Bellaterra, Espanya, 2007. s. n., 2007, p. 1-6.
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