SPSTracker: Sub-Peak Suppression of Response Map for Robust Object Tracking

2 Dec 2019Qintao HuLijun ZhouXiaoxiao WangYao MaoJianlin ZhangQixiang Ye

Modern visual trackers usually construct online learning models under the assumption that the feature response has a Gaussian distribution with target-centered peak response. Nevertheless, such an assumption is implausible when there is progressive interference from other targets and/or background noise, which produce sub-peaks on the tracking response map and cause model drift... (read more)

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