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      05 July-September 2023, Volume 38 Issue 4

    Jasmin Praful Bharadiya*
    Journal of Data Acquisition and Processing, 2023, 38 (4): 174-189 . 


    Pedestrian and vehicle re-identification represent vital facets of computer vision, shaping the landscape of surveillance, security, and transportation systems. This detailed abstract delves into the substantial role and recent advancements in re-identification techniques for pedestrians and vehicles, illuminating the complexities, applications, and ongoing research in this field. Pedestrian re-identification involves the challenging task of recognizing and tracking individuals as they traverse various camera viewpoints, often within densely populated areas. Vehicle re-identification, similarly, focuses on identifying and monitoring vehicles as they move through an array of surveillance points. These capabilities bear far-reaching implications, from enhancing urban security and crowd management to optimizing traffic flow and border control. A significant breakthrough in recent years has been the adoption of deep learning methodologies, particularly convolutional neural networks (CNNs), to tackle pedestrian and vehicle re-identification challenges. CNNs excel in learning discriminative features from images or video frames, enhancing the precision and robustness of identification processes. Such neural networks have enabled more accurate matching of individuals or vehicles across different camera angles and lighting conditions, a crucial requirement for real-world applications. However, the path to effective re-identification remains paved with obstacles. Occlusions, pose variations, and the scalability of re-identification algorithms in extensive surveillance networks continue to challenge researchers and engineers. The field is also grappling with ethical and privacy considerations, as the deployment of re-identification systems raises concerns about data security and individual privacy. The extensive exploration of pedestrian and vehicle re-identification techniques. In the subsequent discussion, we will delve into the manifold applications, recent innovations, and ongoing efforts to surmount the persisting challenges in these pivotal domains of computer vision. Furthermore, we will explore the ethical dimensions that shape the responsible development and deployment of re-identification systems in an increasingly interconnected world.


    Pedestrians Detection, Tracking, Re-Identification, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Drones, Surveillance, license plate recognition, video surveillance, feature extraction

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