Monocular detection of order, collision, and other kinematic events

Philippe Burlina, Rama Chellappa

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Abstract

For arbitrary motions with polynomial regimes in their translational component, we describe a framework for representing monocular visual information as a temporal map, organized according to Temporal Parameters. These parameters include the actual Time-to-Collision and Time-to-Synchronization calculated according to the detected model order. We discuss the recovery and estimation of these parameters and the model order and collision detection schemes. Experiments on real and simulated dynamic sequences are reported.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages272-277
Number of pages6
StatePublished - Dec 1 1994
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles'94 Symposium - Paris, Fr
Duration: Oct 24 1994Oct 26 1994

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OtherProceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles'94 Symposium
CityParis, Fr
Period10/24/9410/26/94

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Kinematics
Synchronization
Polynomials
Recovery
Experiments

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Burlina, P., & Chellappa, R. (1994). Monocular detection of order, collision, and other kinematic events. 272-277. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles'94 Symposium, Paris, Fr, .

Monocular detection of order, collision, and other kinematic events. / Burlina, Philippe; Chellappa, Rama.

1994. 272-277 Paper presented at Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles'94 Symposium, Paris, Fr, .

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Burlina, P & Chellappa, R 1994, 'Monocular detection of order, collision, and other kinematic events', Paper presented at Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles'94 Symposium, Paris, Fr, 10/24/94 - 10/26/94 pp. 272-277.
Burlina P, Chellappa R. Monocular detection of order, collision, and other kinematic events. 1994. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles'94 Symposium, Paris, Fr, .
Burlina, Philippe ; Chellappa, Rama. / Monocular detection of order, collision, and other kinematic events. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicles'94 Symposium, Paris, Fr, .6 p.
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