@Article{dupac-ivc2012,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 14 Jan 2013 },
  UPDATE  = { 2013-01-14 },
  author    = { Dupa{\v c}, Jan and
                Matas, Ji{\v r}{\'\i}  and 
                Naiser, Filip },
  title =     { Ultra-fast tracking based on zero-shift points },
  journal =   { Image and Vision Computing },
  volume =    { 30 },
  number =    { 12 },
  year =      { 2012 },
  month =     { December },
  pages     = { 1016-1031 },
  publisher = { Elsevier Science },
  address =   { Oxford, UK },
  issn =      { 0262-8856 },
  authorship ={ 34-33-33 },
  project   = { GACR P103/12/G084,  FP7-ICT-247022 MASH },
  doi       = { http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.imavis.2012.08.015 },
  keywords  = { tracking, zero-shift point (ZSP), multi-scale mlock of ZSPs },
  psurl =     { http://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/~matas/papers/dupac-2012-zsp_tracker-ivc-review.pdf  },
  annote = { A novel tracker of so called zero-shift points (ZSPs) is
    presented. ZSPs are points where a dot product with a single
    period of a sinusoidal wave, both in horizontal and vertical
    directions, is equal to zero. Very efficient tracking and
    localization of ZSPs is possible as a consequence of the existence
    of the field of 2D shift vectors pointing toward them. A single
    point is tracked on average in less than 10 is on a standard
    notebook. When organized in a Multi-scale Flock (MSF), the ZSPs
    become a core of a robust, fast and accurate tracker. We
    demonstrated the applicability of the combination of MSF and ZSP
    with RANSAC based homography estimation on standard sequences
    reporting good tracking results. },
  ut_isi    = { not-yet-inserted-in-WOS },
}