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Title Wide area surveillance : real-time motion detection systems / Vijayan K. Asari, editor
Published Heidelberg : Springer, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 236 pages) : illustrations
Series Augmented Vision and Reality, 2190-5916 ; volume 6
Augmented vision and reality ; v. 6. 2190-5916
Contents Background Subtraction: Theory and Practice / Ahmed Elgammal -- Moving Cast Shadows Detection Methods for Video Surveillance Applications / Ariel Amato, Ivan Huerta, Mikhail G. Mozerov, F. Xavier Roca and Jordi Gonzàlez -- Moving Object Detection and Tracking in Wide Area Motion Imagery / Varun Santhaseelan and Vijayan K. Asari -- Recognizing Complex Human Activities via Crowd Context / Wongun Choi and Silvio Savarese -- Event Based Switched Dynamic Bayesian Networks for Autonomous Cognitive Crowd Monitoring / Simone Chiappino, Lucio Marcenaro, Pietro Morerio and Carlo Regazzoni -- Unified Face Representation for Individual Recognition in Surveillance Videos / Le An, Bir Bhanu and Songfan Yang -- Person Re-identification in Wide Area Camera Networks / Shishir K. Shah and Apurva Bedagkar-Gala -- Opportunities and Challenges of Terrain Aided Navigation Systems for Aerial Surveillance by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles / Samil Temel and Numan Unaldi -- Automatic Target Recognition in Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imagery Via Joint Transform Correlation / Mohammad S. Alam and Adel Sakla -- An Overview of Distributed Tracking and Control in Camera Networks / A.T. Kamal, C. Ding, A.A. Morye, J.A. Farrell and Amit K. Roy-Chowdhury
Summary The book describes a system for visual surveillance using intelligent cameras. The camera uses robust techniques for detecting and tracking moving objects. The real time capture of the objects is then stored int he database. The tracking data stored in the database is analysed to study the camera view, detect and track objects, and study object behavior. These set of models provide a robust framework for coordinating the tracking of objects between overlapping and non-overlapping cameras, and recording the activity of objects detected by the system
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 18, 2013)
Subject Video surveillance.
Form Electronic book
Author Asari, Vijayan K., editor
ISBN 3642378404
3642378412 (electronic bk.)
9783642378409
9783642378416 (electronic bk.)