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Evaluation of biologically inspired motion detection systems as a basis for local motion processing systems

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • The mechanisms employed to detect motion by a variety of biological systems have been investigated for many years and a number of models that explain different aspects of these systems have been developed. Most of the models have been developed to explain aspects of wide field operation of motion detector arrays. This paper investigates suitability of these model as a front end to a system that requires local motion information. Results of simulations of different motion detection models using real scenes captured using a video camera are also presented.

Publication Date


  • 1996

Citation


  • Beare, R., & Bouzerdoum, A. (1996). Evaluation of biologically inspired motion detection systems as a basis for local motion processing systems. In IEEE International Conference on Image Processing Vol. 3 (pp. 819-822).

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-0030416943

Start Page


  • 819

End Page


  • 822

Volume


  • 3

Abstract


  • The mechanisms employed to detect motion by a variety of biological systems have been investigated for many years and a number of models that explain different aspects of these systems have been developed. Most of the models have been developed to explain aspects of wide field operation of motion detector arrays. This paper investigates suitability of these model as a front end to a system that requires local motion information. Results of simulations of different motion detection models using real scenes captured using a video camera are also presented.

Publication Date


  • 1996

Citation


  • Beare, R., & Bouzerdoum, A. (1996). Evaluation of biologically inspired motion detection systems as a basis for local motion processing systems. In IEEE International Conference on Image Processing Vol. 3 (pp. 819-822).

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-0030416943

Start Page


  • 819

End Page


  • 822

Volume


  • 3