A Solution for Large-Scale Multi-Object Tracking
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A large-scale multi-object tracker based on the generalised labeled multi-Bernoulli (GLMB) filter is proposed. The algorithm is capable of tracking a very large, unknown and time-varying number of objects simultaneously, in the presence of a high number of false alarms, as well as missed detections and measurement origin uncertainty due to closely spaced objects. The algorithm is demonstrated on a simulated tracking scenario, where the peak number objects appearing simultaneously exceeds one million. Additionally, we introduce a new method of applying the optimal sub-pattern assignment (OSPA) metric to determine a meaningful distance between two sets of tracks. We also develop an efficient strategy for its exact computation in large-scale scenarios to evaluate the performance of the proposed tracker.
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