Multiple object tracking using space-time adaptive correlation tracking

Kusuma Sriram, Kiran Purushotham


In application of tracking and detecting the suspicious activities, multiple object tracking (MOT) has been given fine attention due to its application as it provides the parallel task of identification and tracking of human. MOT ensures the identification and trajectory for each object frame as they interact, despite the changes in its appearance, occlusion and various other tasks involved. Recent adoption of deep learning has given a new perspective but still achieving high metrics remains a major issue to overcome such issues, this research work presents the integrated architecture of deep convolutional covariance networks (DCCNs) and space-time adaptive correlation tracking (STACT) algorithm with similarity map function (SMF). Moreover, in proposed work, DCCNs is utilized for feature extractions through each frame capturing the distinctive information, STACT is tracking approaches that utilizes the SMF for locating and tracking objects. SMFs are updated for any changes in human appearances and motion, also it deals with occlusion. Here the proposed model is evaluated on MOT17 and MOT20 dataset. Performance analysis is carried out through comparing the existing model and Integrated-DCCN achieves higher metrics.


DCCN; Deep learning; Multiple object tracking; Similarity map function; STACT

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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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