A Study on Multilevel Motion Tracking with Compressive Infrared Sensing

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Description

Motion tracking and analysis is an important problem among the various topics related to automated person tracking for surveillance applications. This proposal aims to study and develop a systematic motion sensing approach for surveillance. We propose a flexible and generic non-isomorphic sensing model for this application. The rational of the new sensing paradigm will be investigated by exploring the physically implemented compressive sampling with the visibility modulated pyroelectric infrared (PIR) sensor arrays. We will study the issues of coverage scalability and sensing efficiency of Boolean compressive infrared sensing. In particular, the hierarchical Boolean compressive infrared sensing will be investigated for achieving scalable visibility coverage and fulfilling multilevel sampling resolution requirements. The sensing efficiency analysis and design will be studied for the Boolean compressive infrared sensing with structured sparsity, which can benefit the development of low-cost and lightweight, compact and modularized PIR sensor arrays. To track motions in both narrow and wide field, we will study multilevel motion tracking based on motion sensing at multilevel granularities. This includes the tasks of exploring lightweight methodologies for data-to-object association and motion inference with hierarchical compressive infrared sensing model. Based on the multilevel motion tracking, synergistic motion analysis will be studied to integrate global and local motion inferences from complementary perspective, which can contribute to resolve the ambiguity due to grouping interactions.

Detail(s)

Project number7002658
Grant typeSRG
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/05/1112/04/13