Application du Modèle à Distribution de Points au corps humain pour la ré-identification de personnes

Abstract : The emergence of mobile systems brings new problematics in computer vision. Static camera-based methods for re-identification need to be adapted in this new context. To deal with dynamical background, this thesis proposes to employ the well known Point Distribution Model (PDM), usually applied for face alignment, on the human body. Three advantages come from this pre-processing before re-identification, segment the person from background, enhance robustness to the person pose and extract spatial key points to build a behavioural-based signature.We implement and evaluate a complete framework for re-identification, divided in three sequential modules. The first one corresponds to the pedestrian detection. We use an efficient method of the state of the art employing the Channel Features with the algorithm AdaBoost.The second one is the PDM alignment within the bounding box provided by the detection step. Two distinct approaches are presented in this thesis. The first method relies on a parametric formulation to describe the shape, similar to the ASM or AAM. To fit this shape model, we maximize the score of an appearance model defined by GentleBoost, which employs local histograms of oriented gradients. The second approach is based on the cascade regression shape scheme. The main idea is the approximation for each step into a classification of homogeneous deformations, grouped by unsupervised clustering.The third module is the re-identfication one. We show that employing a PDM as a structural support improves re-identification results. We experiment classic appearance-based signatures, color histograms and the shape descriptor Shape Context. The results are encouraging for application perspective of PDM for the gait recognition.
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Olivier Huynh. Application du Modèle à Distribution de Points au corps humain pour la ré-identification de personnes. Vision par ordinateur et reconnaissance de formes [cs.CV]. PSL Research University, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016PSLEM032⟩. ⟨tel-01632375⟩

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