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Title: Person Re-identification Using Prototype Formation
Authors: Nanda, A
Sa, Pankaj K
Keywords: Re-identification
CMC Curves
Prototype Formation
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Citation: 9th IEEE International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS2014), Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management Gwalior,15-17 December 2014
Abstract: Person re-identification is to match the appearance based images of an individual who has already been captured by different camera perspectives. This paper presents an appearance based model for person re-identification. It consists of the formation of prototypes followed by a matching strategy. The prototypes are discovered from the visual appearances among the individuals with similar characteristics. When a probe comes along, it necessitates to be classified through prototype assignment. To determine the correct matching of a given probe, the similarity computation is performed between the probe and a subset of gallery images, that shares the same prototype with the probe. Thus the strategy of finding the correspondence within a subset of gallery instances reduces the computational overhead. This model is useful in scenarios where individuals appear with similar attire. The performance measure of the proposed method is evaluated on benchmark data sets and presented using cumulative matching characteristic (CMC) curves.
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