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Representation is a fundamental problem in object tracking. Conventional methods track the target by describing its local or global appearance. In this paper we present that, besides the two paradigms, the composition of local region histograms can also provide diverse and important object cues. We use cells to extract local appearance, and construct complex cells to integrate the information from cells. With different spatial arrangements of cells, complex cells can explore various contextualdoi:10.1109/iccv.2013.142 dblp:conf/iccv/ChenYWZZ13 fatcat:cmxlqzrzefgqjhechqtqfmpz4u