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I would like to build a computer vision application capable of doing robust pedestrian tracking in potentially crowded environments from a single video source. To this end I would like to find resources in order to learn as much about the current state of the art as possible. This could be:

  • recent survey papers
  • papers outlining novel approaches that have been demonstrated with success
  • open-source applications or algorithms
  • online courses or even course materials such as slide decks comparing different approaches
  • ...

Is there anything along these lines that you could point me to? Thanks.

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What I have so far:

  • A Survey of Human-Sensing: Methods for Detecting Presence, Count, Location, Track, and Identity; Teixeira, Dublon and Savvides
  • I just found the question People Detection and Tracking on SO which also has some good leads.
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