Park, M-W and Makhmalbaf, A and Brilakis, I (2011) Comparative study of vision tracking methods for tracking of construction site resources. Automation in Construction, 20. pp. 905-915. ISSN 0926-5805Full text not available from this repository.
Vision tracking has significant potential for tracking resources on large scale, congested construction sites, where a small number of cameras strategically placed around the site could replace hundreds of tracking tags. The correlation of vision tracking 2D positions from multiple views can provide the 3D position. However, there are many 2D vision trackers available in the literature, and little information is available on which one is most effective for construction applications. In this paper, a comparative study of various vision tracker categories is carried out, to identify which one is most effective in tracking construction resources. Testing parameters for evaluating categories of trackers are identified, and benefits and limitations of each category are presented. The most promising trackers are tested using a database of construction operations videos. The results indicate the effectiveness of each tracker in relation to each parameter of the test, and the most suitable tracker needed to research effective 3D vision trackers of construction resources.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Comparative studies Tracking Remote sensing Image processing Computer vision|
|Divisions:||Div D > Construction Engineering|
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|Date Deposited:||09 Dec 2016 17:26|
|Last Modified:||01 May 2017 00:28|