Effective Moving Object Tracking Using Adaptive Background Subtraction with Advanced Probability Evolutionary Algorithm

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Adinarayana Ekkurthi
V. Sujatha
K. Vijay Kumar


Tracking moving objects is a very difficult task for many computers. The task of tracking is a moving object. There are many virtual applications such as video surveillance and object recognition. Many ideas have been suggested for moving objects tracking and detection. One of the main problems solving tracking is finding identical objects in different frames. In this article, this application mainly focuses on the detection and tracking of moving objects using adaptive Background subtraction with adaptive probability evolutionary algorithm (AREA) method. Normal probability evolutionary algorithm will track only human motion but our algorithm tracks all the moving objects very accurately. Our proposed system shows the tracked objects with the red mark border. 

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Ekkurthi, A. ., Sujatha, V., & Kumar, K. V. . (2023). Effective Moving Object Tracking Using Adaptive Background Subtraction with Advanced Probability Evolutionary Algorithm. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(9s), 01–03. https://doi.org/10.17762/ijritcc.v11i9s.7389


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