Gracker: A Graph-based Planar Object Tracker
This webpage maintains the link to the source code of the following manuscript:
T. Wang and H. Ling, "Gracker: A Graph-based Planar Object Tracker", PAMI, 2017.
The package contains the following files and folders:
OpenCV 2.0 is neccesary for compiling and running the source code of this project.
- "./data": This folder contains a sample video "nl_newspaper" from the TMT dataset (2). If you want to test other videos from TMT or UCSB (3), plese download and place them in this folder.
- "./save": This folder contains the tracking results by the proposed Gracker algorithm.
We also provide the compiled executable files in the "./demo" folder, which are independent from Visual Studio and OpenCV.
GraphTracker [VideoName] [ShowMode];
GraphTracker nl_newspaper 1;
- T. Wang and H. Ling, "Gracker: A Graph-based Planar Object Tracker", PAMI, 2017.
- A. Roy, X. Zhang, N. Wolleb, C. P. Quintero, and M. J?gersand. "Tracking
benchmark and evaluation for manipulation tasks", ICRA, 2015.
- S. Gauglitz, T. HOllerer, and M. Turk. "Evaluation of interest point
detectors and feature descriptors for visual tracking", IJCV, 2011.
This software is free for use in research projects. If you
publish results obtained using this software, please cite our paper.
If you have any question, please feel free to contact Tao Wang(email@example.com).
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Now, you can download:
code and demo (with data, ~250m).
We appreciate questions and suggestions to twang AT bjtu.edu.cn, or hbling AT temple.edu.