@InProceedings{Zimmermann-ICVGIP-2006,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 29 Dec 2006 },
  UPDATE  = { 2006-12-04 },
  author = 	 {Matas, Ji{\v r}{\' i} and Zimmermann, Karel and 
                  Svoboda, Tom{\' a}{\v s} and Hilton, Adrian},
  title = 	 {Learning Efficient Linear Predictors for Motion Estimation},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of 5th Indian Conference on Computer Vision,
                  Graphics and Image Processing},
  publisher =    {Springer-Verlag},
  address = 	 {Berlin,Germany},
  issn =	 {0302-9743},
  isbn =	 {978-3-540-68301-8},
  series =       {LNCS4338},
  year = 	 {2006},
  pages =        {445-456},
  book_pages =   {982},
  venue =  	 {Madurai, India},
  month = 	 {December},
  day =          {13-16},
  editor =       {Rangachar Kasturi, Subhashis Banerjee},
  organization = {Thiagarajar College of Engineering},
  project =      {GACR 201/06/1821, 1ET101210407,IST-004176, 
                  GR/S46543, CTU0608813, specific research},
  psurl =        {[zimmerk-icvgip06.pdf]},
  authorship =   {25-25-25-25},
  acceptance_ratio = {0.11},
  keywords =     {tracking, real-time, motion estimation},
  annote = {A novel object representation for tracking is proposed.
    The tracked object is represented as a constellation of spatially
    localised linear predictors which are learned on a single training
    image.  In the learning stage, sets of pixels whose intensities
    allow for optimal least square predictions of the transformations
    are selected as a support of the linear predictor.  The approach
    comprises three contributions: learning object specific linear
    predictors, explicitly dealing with the predictor precision --
    computational complexity trade-off and selecting a view-specific
    set of predictors suitable for global object motion estimate.
    Robustness to occlusion is achieved by RANSAC procedure.  The
    learned tracker is very efficient, achieving frame rate generally
    higher than 30 frames per second despite the Matlab
    implementation.},
}