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Back Ground Subtraction Algorithm For Moving Object Detection In FPGA

M. Surumbar Khuzhali
Department of ETC, Bharath University, India
Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 20 (2): 198-204, 2014

@article{khuzhali2014back,

   title={Back Ground Subtraction Algorithm For Moving Object Detection In FPGA},

   author={Khuzhali, M Surumbar},

   journal={Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research},

   volume={20},

   number={2},

   pages={198–204},

   year={2014}

}

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