Generalized Labeled Multi-Bernoulli (GLMB) densities arise in a host of multi-object system applications analogous to Gaussians in single-object filtering.
Determining the trajectories of cells and their lineages or ancestries in live-cell experiments are fundamental to the understanding of how cells behave and divide.
This paper examines performance evaluation criteria for basic vision tasks involving sets of objects namely, object detection, instance-level segmentation and multi-object tracking.
While Multiple Instance (MI) data are point patterns -- sets or multi-sets of unordered points -- appropriate statistical point pattern models have not been used in MI learning.
However, there has been limited research in the clustering of point patterns - sets or multi-sets of unordered elements - that are found in numerous applications and data sources.
Point patterns are sets or multi-sets of unordered elements that can be found in numerous data sources.
Furthermore the labeled random finite set framework enables the incorporation of prior knowledge that mis-detections of long tracks which occur in the middle of the scene are likely to be due to occlusions.
This paper proposes an efficient implementation of the generalized labeled multi-Bernoulli (GLMB) filter by combining the prediction and update into a single step.