@TechReport{Zuzanek-CAK-2010-39,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 31 Jan 2011 },
  UPDATE  = { 2010-09-02 },
    author = {Zuz{\' a}nek, Petr},
    supervisor = {Zimmermann, Karel},
    language = {czech},
    title = {Sledov{\'a}n{\'\i} liniov{\'y}ch objekt{\r u} v
      re{\'a}ln{\'e}m {\v c}ase},
    e_title = {Real-time tracking of nearly linear objects},
    institution = {Department of Cybernetics, Faculty of Electrical
      Engineering, Czech Technical University},
    address = {Prague, Czech Republic},
    year = {2010},
    month = {July},
    type = {Research Report},
    number = {K333--39/10, CTU--CMP--2010--08},
    pages = {43},
    figures = {21},
    authorship = {100},
    psurl = {[Zuzanek-TR-2010-08.pdf]},
    project = {1M0567, FR-TI1/265},
    annote = {The main aim of this bachelor project is to design
      appropriate method for real-time tracking of nearly linear
      object from video sequences captured by flying observer. The
      semi-automated method based on template matching is chosen as a
      right solution for this particular kind of application. Linear
      objects are extracted using extended algorithm for finding
      minimal cost connected path between the bottom edge and top edge
      of a Region of interest. The extended algorithm for finding
      minimal cost allows tracking of object with less requirements
      for its orientation or location in a image. In comparison with
      basic algorithm it increases robustness and variability of the
      tracker.},
    keywords = {Real-time tracking, Linear object, Template matching},
    issn = {1213-2365},
}