This paper presents two different modules for the validation of human shape presence in far-infrared images. These modules are part of a more complex system aimed at the detection of pedestrians by means of the simultaneous use of two stereo vision systems in both far-infrared and daylight domains. The first module detects the presence of a human shape in a list of areas of attention using active contours to detect the object shape and evaluating the results by means of a neural network. The second validation subsystem directly exploits a neural network for each area of attention in the far-infrared images and produces a list of votes.
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