Investigation of event-based memory surfaces for high-speed tracking, unsupervised feature extraction and object recognition

14 Mar 2016Saeed AfsharGregory CohenTara Julia HamiltonJonathan TapsonAndre van Schaik

In this paper we compare event-based decaying and time based-decaying memory surfaces for high-speed eventbased tracking, feature extraction, and object classification using an event-based camera. The high-speed recognition task involves detecting and classifying model airplanes that are dropped free-hand close to the camera lens so as to generate a challenging dataset exhibiting significant variance in target velocity... (read more)

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