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26 February 2008 Unusual behavior detection in the entry gate scenes of subway station using Bayesian networks and inference
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Proceedings Volume 6813, Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications; 681311 (2008)
Event: Electronic Imaging, 2008, San Jose, California, United States
In this paper, we propose a method for detecting unusual human behavior using monocular camera which is not moving. Our system composed of three modules which are moving object detection, tracking, and event recognition. The key part is event recognition module. We define unusual events which are composed of two simple events (drop off luggage, unattended luggage) and two complex events (abandoned luggage and steal luggage). In order to detect the simple event, we construct Bayesian network in each unusual event. We extract evidences using bounding box properties which are the location of moving objects, speed, distance between the person and the other moving object (such as bag), existing time. And then, we use finite state automaton which shows the temporal relation of two simple events to detect complex events. To evaluate the performance, we compare the frame number when an even is triggered with our results and the ground truth. The proposed algorithm showed good results on the real world environment and also worked at real time speed.
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Sooyeong Kwak, Guntae Bae, Manbae Kim, and Hyeran Byun "Unusual behavior detection in the entry gate scenes of subway station using Bayesian networks and inference", Proc. SPIE 6813, Image Processing: Machine Vision Applications, 681311 (26 February 2008);

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