The aim of motion tracking is to detect changes in the positions of moving objects over time based on a sequence of images. Motion tracking is widely used for monitoring activity in public places as well as for detailed analysis of video sequences recorded by various video surveillance systems. This technology is also very important for scientific, technical, and medical applications, such as industrial robots, road traffic control systems, livestock RFID tags, and blood analysis.
In recent years, extensive research has been conducted in order to develop more advanced, robust, and multi-purpose object tracking algorithms. Presently, there are three large groups of such methods:
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