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  • 2020
  • 10/21/2020
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Updating MHI Images

Generally, floating point images are used because system time differences, that is, time elapsing since the application was launched, are read in milliseconds to be further converted into a floating point number which is the value of the most recent silhouette. Then follows writing this current silhouette over the past silhouettes with subsequent thresholding away pixels that are too old to create the MHI.

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