On Monday 5th December, the School of Computer Science and the ACVT welcomes Professor Ba-Ngu Vo, from the University of WA. He will be leading the below seminar:
Title: Error metric for multi-object estimation.
Abstract: The concept of a miss-distance, or error, between a reference quantity and its estimated value, plays a fundamental role in any estimation/filtering problem. However, this is a rather under-rated topic in the well-established field of multi-object estimation/filtering. Indeed, until recently, there was no satisfactory notion of an error metric. This presentation discusses multi-object representation and various multi-object metrics, in particular, the inconsistencies of a number of existing multi-object metrics and how these inconsistencies can be resolved with the Optimal Sub-Pattern Assignment (OSPA) metric.
About the Speaker: Prof Vo is the Winthrop Professor and Chair of Signal Processing in the School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering at the University of Western Australia. His research interests are Signal Processing, Systems Theory and Stochastic Geometry with emphasis on target tracking, robotics and computer vision.
Venue: Room 5.57 – Level 5 Innova 21 Building