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An adaptive scene description for activity analysis in surveillance video

By Brendan Morris and Mohan Trivedi

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This paper presents an adaptive framework for live video analysis. The activities of surveillance subjects are described using a spatio-temporal vocabulary learned from recurrent motion patterns. The repetitive nature of object trajectories are used to build a topographical map, where nodes are points of interest and the edges correspond to activities, to describe a scene. The graph is learned in an unsupervised manner but is flexible and able to adjust to changes in the environment or other scene variations.

Year: 2008
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