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[[http://www.cogs.susx.ac.uk/courses/compvis/slides_lec7.pdf#search=%22Snakes%20in%20computer%20vision%22 | Active Contours or snakes]]
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the convex points are found you can create a geometric form by conecting them using the [Bresenham's Algortihm [Attach:bresenham.txt | ]]

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the convex points are found you can create a geometric form by conecting them using the [[[Attach:bresenham.txt | Bresenham's Algortihm ]]

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Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull [[Attach:convex_hull.txt | Convex Hull]]. Once
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Here you can find a piece of code for the [[Attach:convex_hull.txt | Convex Hull]]. Once
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the convex points are found you can create a geometric form by conecting them using the [[Attach:bresenham.txt | Bresenham's
algortihm
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the convex points are found you can create a geometric form by conecting them using the [Bresenham's Algortihm [Attach:bresenham.txt | ]]

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Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull [[Attach:convex_hull.txt | Convex Hull]]

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Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull [[Attach:convex_hull.txt | Convex Hull]]. Once
the convex points are found you can create a geometric form by conecting them using the [[Attach:bresenham.txt | Bresenham's
algortihm
]]

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Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull Attach:convex_hull.txt.

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Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull [[Attach:convex_hull.txt | Convex Hull]]

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Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull.

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Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull Attach:convex_hull.txt.

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In this Lab we like you to write an efficient program to track a region in a sequence of images. It should be useful to use a convex hull of the cloud of points to define the enveloping region. Here you can find some ideas on how to use such a blob for tracking.


What happens if such a blob becomes partially occluded ?

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In this Lab we like you to write an efficient program to track a region in a sequence of images. It should be useful to use a convex hull of the cloud of points to define the enveloping region. What happens if such a blob becomes partially occluded ?

'''Starting Code'''

Here you can find a piece of code for the Convex Hull.


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[[http://iris.usc.edu/~afrancoi/pdf/mrbt-tr.pdf | Real-Time Multi-Resolution Blob Tracking]]
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Up to now, we have already compute a color region of interest and if necesary we can find some geometric features. We are ready to start using a sequence of images with the main objective of tracking some moving object. At each frame we have to determine where the object is moving to or -in the case of a mounted camera - which is the motion the robot have done.
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Up to now, we have already compute a color region of interest, and if necesary, we can find some geometric features. We are ready to start using a sequence of images with the main objective of tracking some moving object. At each frame, we have to determine where the object is moving to or -in the case of a mounted camera - which is the motion the robot have done.
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In this Lab we like you to write an efficient program to track a region in a sequence of images. Make use of the a convex hull to define the region envelope and by means of conecting the convex points, create an envelope of such a region. Here you can find some ideas on how to use such a blob for tracking.

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In this Lab we like you to write an efficient program to track a region in a sequence of images. It should be useful to use a convex hull of the cloud of points to define the enveloping region. Here you can find some ideas on how to use such a blob for tracking.

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[[http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/bhat02computing.html | Computing the Physical Parameters of Rigid-Body Motion from Video]]

 

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'''References'''

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*Blob computation and tracking
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'''Blob computation and tracking'''
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*Blob computation and tracking
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In this Lab we like you to write an efficient program to track a region in a sequence of images. Make use of the a convex hull to define the region envelope and by means of conecting lines create an envelope of such a region. Your algorithm needs to deal with some deformations of such an initial Blob.
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In this Lab we like you to write an efficient program to track a region in a sequence of images. Make use of the a convex hull to define the region envelope and by means of conecting the convex points, create an envelope of such a region. Here you can find some ideas on how to use such a blob for tracking.

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Up to now, we have already compute a color region of interest and if necesary we can find some geometric features. We are ready to start using a sequence of images with the main objective of tracking some moving object. At each frame we have to determine where the object is moving to or -in the case of a mounted camera - which is the motion the robot have done.

'''Mission'''

In this Lab we like you to write an efficient program to track a region in a sequence of images. Make use of the a convex hull to define the region envelope and by means of conecting lines create an envelope of such a region. Your algorithm needs to deal with some deformations of such an initial Blob.

What happens if such a blob becomes partially occluded ?
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