Tracking honey bee dances from sparse optical flow fields

Tim Landgraf, Raul Rojas – 2007

Tracking honey bee dances precisely is a hard task since the bees are highly flexible and the background highly distractive and cluttered. We propose methods that cluster optical flow features using a fast hough transform. A bounding box is shifted according to the movement of the underlying optical flow features. Errors made are corrected in a second step by evaluation of coherence of motion for future frames.

Titel
Tracking honey bee dances from sparse optical flow fields
Verfasser
Tim Landgraf, Raul Rojas
Verlag
Freie Universität Berlin, Institute of Computer Science
Ort
Takustr. 9, 14195 Berlin, Germany
Datum
2007-06
Kennung
B-07-11
Sprache
eng
Art
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