18.3.2 Image Segmentation from Motion Information

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Motion, Segmentation. Segmentation, Motion. Multiple Motions. Motion, Multiple. Motion, Discontinuity. Sequences. Motion Segmentation. See also Optical Flow Field -- Multiple Flows, Transparent Layers, Motion Layers. See also Active Contours and Snakes, Video, Motion Segmentation Issues.

DAVIS: Densely Annotated VIdeo Segmentation,
WWW Link.
2017. Dataset, Video Segmentation. For the competition at CVPR 2017.

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Earlier:
Scene Segmentation by Velocity Measurements Obtained with a Cross-Shaped Template,
IJCAI75(803-810). Perform analysis only at grid points. Use a cross template at the grid points. Locate the boundary of the arms of the cross (if any), and use these to follow the object to the next point. Find the match for these templates in next image, T and L templates are introduced to find occluding objects. Nonrigid (continuous) motion, acceleration, z direction motion, and real time analysis is possible. Points are grouped based on velocity (x,y,z), acceleration, and continuity of motion. BibRef

Potter, J.L.,
Velocity as a Cue to Segmentation,
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Potter, J.L.,
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Murray, D.W., and Buxton, B.F.,
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Harris, J.G.,
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Park, D.,
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Lee, S.W., Choi, J.G., Kim, S.D.,
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Borshukov, G.D., Bozdagi, G., Altunbasak, Y., Tekalp, A.M.,
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Build on Wang and Adelson: See also Representing Moving Images with Layers. Clustering replaced by merging, implement in multiple stages. BibRef

Bober, M.[Miroslaw], Petrou, M., Kittler, J.V.,
Nonlinear Motion Estimation Using The Supercoupling Approach,
PAMI(20), No. 5, May 1998, pp. 550-555.
IEEE DOI 9806
BibRef
Earlier: A2, A1, A3:
Multiresolution Motion Segmentation,
ICPR94(A:379-383). Efficient multiresolution approach for motion segmentation. BibRef

Zhang, K.[Kui], Bober, M., Kittler, J.V.,
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Salari, E., Li, W.,
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Vasconcelos, N.M.[Nuno M.], Lippman, A.[Andrew],
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PAMI(23), No. 2, February 2001, pp. 217-221.
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BibRef
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Empirical Bayesian EM Based Motion Segmentation,
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(other paper?) Expectation maximation (motion with occlusions) Layered motion representation. See also Statistical Models of Video Structure for Content Analysis and Characterization. BibRef

Wiskott, L.[Laurenz],
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Segmentation from Motion: Combining Gabor- and Mallat-Wavelets to Overcome Aperture and Correspondence Problem,
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Kim, J.S.[Jin-Sang], Chen, T.[Tom],
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Rodríguez, J.A., Urdiales García, C.[Cristina], Bandera Rubio, A.[Antonio], Sandoval Hernández, F.[Francisco],
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Valencia, G., Rodríguez, J.A., Urdiales García, C.[Cristina], Bandera Rubio, A.[Antonio], Sandoval Hernández, F.[Francisco],
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Valencia, G., Rodríguez, J.A., Urdiales García, C.[Cristina], Sandoval Hernández, F.[Francisco],
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Camapum Wanderley, J.F.[Juliana F.], Fisher, M.H.[Mark H.],
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Segmentation using spatial-feature clustering from image sequences,
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See also Multiscale color invariants based on the human visual system. BibRef

Sifakis, E.[Eftychis], Grinias, I.[Ilias], Tziritas, G.[Georgios],
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Panagiotakis, C., Grinias, I., Tziritas, G.,
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Fast Marching to Moving Object Location,
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Mansouri, A.R.[Abdol-Reza], Konrad, J.[Janusz],
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Earlier:
Motion Segmentation with Level Sets,
ICIP99(II:126-130).
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Fowlkes, C.C.[Charless C.], Belongie, S.J.[Serge J.], Chung, F.[Fan], Malik, J.[Jitendra],
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Spectral Partitioning with Indefinite Kernels Using the Nyström Extension,
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See also Normalized Cuts and Image Segmentation. See also Efficient Spatiotemporal Grouping Using the Nyström Method. Reduce computation time so that algorithm can be applied in motion application. Leverage the fact that there are more pixels than coherent groups. BibRef

Fowlkes, C.C., Belongie, S.J., Malik, J.,
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See also Normalized Cuts and Image Segmentation. Motion segmentation, Spectral segmentation then motion. BibRef

Tripathi, S.[Subarna], Belongie, S.J.[Serge J.], Hwang, Y.[Youngbae], Nguyen, T.[Truong],
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Improving streaming video segmentation with early and mid-level visual processing,
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Calderón, F.[Felix], Marroquín, J.L.[Jose L.], Botello, S.[Salvador], Vemuri, B.C.[Baba C.],
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The MPM-MAP Algorithm for Image Segmentation,
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Kim, E.Y.[Eun Yi], Hwang, S.W.[Sang Won], Park, S.H.[Se Hyun], Kim, H.J.[Hang Joon],
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Kim, E.Y.[Eun Yi], Park, S.H.[Se Hyun], Hwang, S.W.[Sang Won], Kim, H.J.[Hang Joon],
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Kim, E.Y.[Eun Yi], Park, S.H.[Se Hyun],
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Park, S.H.[Se Hyun], Kim, E.Y.[Eun Yi], Cho, B.J.[Beom-Joon],
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Kim, E.Y.[Eun Yi], Jung, K.C.[Kee-Chul],
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Farnebäck, G.[Gunnar],
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Farnebäck, G.[Gunnar],
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Wong, K.Y.[King Yuen], Spetsakis, M.E.[Minas E.],
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Wong, K.Y., Ye, L., Spetsakis, M.E.,
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Bab-Hadiashar, A.[Alireza], Gheissari, N.[Niloofar],
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Spatio-Temporal Video Segmentation of Static Scenes and Its Applications,
MultMed(17), No. 1, January 2015, pp. 3-15.
IEEE DOI 1502
image colour analysis BibRef

Kannan, R.[Rajkumar], Ghinea, G.[Gheorghita], Swaminathan, S.[Sridhar],
Discovering salient objects from videos using spatiotemporal salient region detection,
SP:IC(36), No. 1, 2015, pp. 154-178.
Elsevier DOI 1509
Salient region detection BibRef

Wang, H.L.[Hui-Ling], Wang, T.H.[Ting-Huai],
Primary object discovery and segmentation in videos via graph-based transductive inference,
CVIU(143), No. 1, 2016, pp. 159-172.
Elsevier DOI 1601
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Earlier: A2, A1:
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ACCV14(IV: 553-568).
Springer DOI 1504
Graph-based transductive inference BibRef

Li, C.L.[Cheng-Long], Lin, L.[Liang], Zuo, W.M.[Wang-Meng], Wang, W., Tang, J.[Jin],
An Approach to Streaming Video Segmentation With Sub-Optimal Low-Rank Decomposition,
IP(25), No. 5, May 2016, pp. 1947-1960.
IEEE DOI 1604
image representation BibRef

Li, C.L.[Cheng-Long], Lin, L.[Liang], Zuo, W.M.[Wang-Meng], Yan, S.C.[Shui-Cheng], Tang, J.[Jin],
SOLD: Sub-optimal low-rank decomposition for efficient video segmentation,
CVPR15(5519-5527)
IEEE DOI 1510
BibRef

Li, C.L.[Cheng-Long], Wang, X.[Xiao], Zhang, L.[Lei], Tang, J.[Jin], Wu, H.J.[He-Jun], Lin, L.[Liang],
Weighted Low-Rank Decomposition for Robust Grayscale-Thermal Foreground Detection,
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IEEE DOI 1704
Benchmark testing BibRef

Kim, S., Yang, D.W., Park, H.W.,
A Disparity-Based Adaptive Multihomography Method for Moving Target Detection Based on Global Motion Compensation,
CirSysVideo(26), No. 8, August 2016, pp. 1407-1420.
IEEE DOI 1609
cameras BibRef

Pérez-Rúa, J.M.[Juan-Manuel], Crivelli, T.[Tomas], Pérez, P.[Patrick],
Object-guided motion estimation,
CVIU(153), No. 1, 2016, pp. 88-99.
Elsevier DOI 1612
Optical flow BibRef

Pérez-Rúa, J.M.[Juan-Manuel], Crivelli, T.[Tomas], Pérez, P.[Patrick], Bouthemy, P.[Patrick],
Hierarchical motion decomposition for dynamic scene parsing,
ICIP16(3952-3956)
IEEE DOI 1610
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And: A1, A2, A4, A3:
Determining Occlusions from Space and Time Image Reconstructions,
CVPR16(1382-1391)
IEEE DOI 1612
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IEEE DOI 1709
Adaptation models, Bayes methods, Computational modeling, Feature extraction, Hidden Markov models, Background subtraction, camouflage problem, BibRef

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ITS(18), No. 11, November 2017, pp. 3093-3102.
IEEE DOI 1711
Cameras, Graphics processing units, Image segmentation, Motion segmentation, Optical imaging, Vehicle dynamics, Stereo vision, autonomous vehicles, BibRef


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CAIP17(II: 440-452).
Springer DOI 1708
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Cordes, K.[Kai], Ray’onaldo, C.[Christopherus], Broszio, H.[Hellward],
Motion-Coherent Affinities for Hypergraph Based Motion Segmentation,
CAIP17(I: 121-132).
Springer DOI 1708
BibRef

Vongkulbhisal, J.[Jayakorn], Cabral, R.[Ricardo], de la Torre, F.[Fernando], Costeira, J.P.[João P.],
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CVPR16(5639-5647)
IEEE DOI 1612
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Kontogianni, T.[Theodora], Mathias, M.[Markus], Leibe, B.[Bastian],
Incremental Object Discovery in Time-Varying Image Collections,
CVPR16(2082-2090)
IEEE DOI 1612
Limited Horizon Minimum Spanning Tree. BibRef

Perazzi, F.[Federico], Pont-Tuset, J., McWilliams, B., Van Gool, L.J., Gross, M., Sorkine-Hornung, A.[Alexander],
A Benchmark Dataset and Evaluation Methodology for Video Object Segmentation,
CVPR16(724-732)
IEEE DOI 1612
Dataset, Video Segmentation. BibRef

Xiao, F., Lee, Y.J.,
Track and Segment: An Iterative Unsupervised Approach for Video Object Proposals,
CVPR16(933-942)
IEEE DOI 1612
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Weakly-Supervised Semantic Segmentation Using Motion Cues,
ECCV16(IV: 388-404).
Springer DOI 1611
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Märki, N.[Nicolas], Perazzi, F.[Federico], Wang, O.[Oliver], Sorkine-Hornung, A.[Alexander],
Bilateral Space Video Segmentation,
CVPR16(743-751)
IEEE DOI 1612
BibRef

Perazzi, F.[Federico], Wang, O.[Oliver], Grosse, M.[Max], Sorkine-Hornung, A.[Alexander],
Fully Connected Object Proposals for Video Segmentation,
ICCV15(3227-3234)
IEEE DOI 1602
Computer vision BibRef

Nagaraja, N.S., Schmidt, F.R., Brox, T.,
Video Segmentation with Just a Few Strokes,
ICCV15(3235-3243)
IEEE DOI 1602
Benchmark testing BibRef

Yang, M.Y.[Michael Ying], Feng, S.[Sitong], Rosenhahn, B.[Bodo],
Sparse Optimization for Motion Segmentation,
VSegCV14(375-389).
Springer DOI 1504
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Gray, C.[Charles], James, S.[Stuart], Collomosse, J.P.[John P.], Asente, P.[Paul],
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ICIP14(194-198)
IEEE DOI 1502
Cameras BibRef

Pu, S.T.[Song-Tao], Zha, H.B.[Hong-Bin],
Sandwich Cut: An Algorithm for Temporally-Coherent Video Bilayer Segmentation,
ICPR14(1061-1066)
IEEE DOI 1412
Adaptive optics BibRef

Hu, H.[Han], Lin, Z.C.[Zhou-Chen], Feng, J.J.[Jian-Jiang], Zhou, J.[Jie],
Smooth Representation Clustering,
CVPR14(3834-3841)
IEEE DOI 1409
motion segmentation; representation; subspace clustering BibRef

Ji, P.[Pan], Li, H.D.[Hong-Dong], Salzmann, M.[Mathieu], Dai, Y.[Yuchao],
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ECCV14(VI: 204-219).
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Chacon-Murguia, M.I., Ramirez-Quintana, J.A., Ramirez-Alonso, G.,
Evaluation of the background modeling method Auto-Adaptive Parallel Neural Network Architecture in the SBMnet dataset,
ICPR16(137-142)
IEEE DOI 1705
Adaptation models, Analytical models, Classification algorithms, Computational modeling, Heuristic algorithms, Image color analysis, Videos, background modeling, neural video analysis, video, analysis BibRef

Ramirez-Alonso, G., Chacon-Murguia, M.I.,
Segmentation of dynamic objects in video sequences fusing the strengths of a background subtraction model, optical flow and matting algorithms,
Southwest14(33-36)
IEEE DOI 1406
image segmentation BibRef

Banica, D., Agape, A., Ion, A., Sminchisescu, C.,
Video Object Segmentation by Salient Segment Chain Composition,
PGMs13(283-290)
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image colour analysis BibRef

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IEEE DOI 0910
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IEEE DOI 0910
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WMVC09(1-8).
IEEE DOI 0912
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IEEE DOI 0709
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ICIP07(V: 445-448).
IEEE DOI 0709
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And:
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ACIVS07(990-1001).
Springer DOI 0708
See also Automatic Feature-Based Stabilization of Video with Intentional Motion through a Particle Filter. BibRef

Chen, C.[Cheng], Fan, G.L.[Guo-Liang],
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ICIP07(VI: 293-296).
IEEE DOI 0709
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Earlier:
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ICIP06(2445-2448).
IEEE DOI 0610
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Dorea, C.C., Paraas, M., Marqees, F.,
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ICIP06(581-584).
IEEE DOI 0610
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EMMCVPR05(301-315).
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Direct Segmentation of Multiple 2-D Motion Models of Different Types,
WDV06(18-33).
Springer DOI 0705
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And:
A Bottom up Algebraic Approach to Motion Segmentation,
ACCV06(I:286-296).
Springer DOI 0601
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Benboudjema, D., Pieczynski, W.,
Segmenting Non Stationary Images with Triplet Markov Fields,
ICIP05(I: 317-320).
IEEE DOI 0512
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Galun, M.[Meirav], Apartsin, A.[Alexander], Basri, R.[Ronen],
Multiscale Segmentation by Combining Motion and Intensity Cues,
CVPR05(I: 256-263).
IEEE DOI 0507
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Saez, E., Benavides, J.L., Guil, N.,
Combining luminance and edge based metrics for robust temporal video segmentation,
ICIP04(IV: 2231-2234).
IEEE DOI 0505
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Farmer, M.E., Lu, X.G.[Xiao-Guang], Chen, H.[Hong], Jain, A.K.[Anil K.],
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ICIP04(V: 3375-3378).
IEEE DOI 0505
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Besbes, O., Belhadj, Z.,
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ICIP04(I: 369-372).
IEEE DOI 0505
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Jia, Z.[Zhen], Balasuriya, A.[Arjuna],
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Motion05(II: 2-7).
IEEE DOI 0502
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Wang, H., Culverhouse, P.F.,
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IEEE DOI 0409
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Spectral Clustering for Robust Motion Segmentation,
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Southwest14(113-116)
IEEE DOI 1406
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Earlier:
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ICIP03(III: 81-84).
IEEE DOI 0312
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Earlier:
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DAGM03(321-329).
Springer DOI 0310
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Earlier:
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IEEE DOI 0312
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Silveira, M., Piedade, M.,
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ICIP01(I: 373-376).
IEEE DOI 0108
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IEEE DOI 9810
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IEEE DOI BibRef 9600

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IEEE DOI 0008
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Motion Segmentation: A Synergistic Approach,
CVPR99(II:226-231a).
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Fermüller, C.[Cornelia], Defoort, F.P.[Filip P.], and Aloimonos, Y.[Yiannis],
Motion Segmentation for a Binocular Observer,
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IEEE DOI 9808
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Shi, J.B.[Jian-Bo], and Malik, J.[Jitendra],
Motion Segmentation and Tracking Using Normalized Cuts,
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Motion Segmentation by Fuzzy Clustering with Automatic Determination of the Number of Motions,
ICPR96(IV: 376-380).
IEEE DOI 9608
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And:
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ICIP95(III: 472-475).
IEEE DOI 9510
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And:
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CAIP95(238-245).
Springer DOI 9509
(Swiss Federal Inst. of Technology, CH) BibRef

Duc, B.[Benoît],
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ICPR94(A:159-163).
IEEE DOI 9410
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Konrad, J., Dang, V.N.,
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ICIP96(I: 909-912).
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IEEE DOI 9510
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Peleg, S., and Rom, H.,
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Chapter on Motion Analysis -- Low-Level, Image Level Analysis, Mosaic Generation, Super Resolution, Shape from Motion continues in
Motion Detection, Analysis of Motion Detectors .


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