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Trajectory-Based Anomalous Event Detection
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Anomaly detection by means of trajectory analysis, an approach with several application fields, most notably video surveillance and traffic monitoring. Expand
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Re-identify people in wide area camera network
Tracking individuals within a wide area camera network is a tough problem. Obtaining information across uncovered areas is an open issue that person re-identification methods deal with. A novelExpand
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Wide-Slice Residual Networks for Food Recognition
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We propose a novel deep learning architecture for food recognition that captures the vertical food traits that are common to a large number of categories. Expand
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Resource-Aware Coverage and Task Assignment in Visual Sensor Networks
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A visual sensor network (VSN) consists of a large amount of camera nodes which are able to process the captured image data locally and to extract the relevant information. Expand
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Temporal Model Adaptation for Person Re-identification
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We propose a temporal model adaptation scheme for person re-identification based on an incremental adaptation of the learned model with human in the loop. Expand
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A supervised extreme learning committee for food recognition
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A food recognition system exploiting a supervised committee of classifiers is proposed. Expand
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Person Re-Identification Ranking Optimisation by Discriminant Context Information Analysis
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We introduce an unsupervised ranking optimization approach based on discriminant context information analysis. Expand
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MoBio_LivDet: Mobile biometric liveness detection
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We present MoBio_LivDet (Mobile Biometric Liveness Detection), a novel approach that analyzes local features and global structures of the biometric images using a set of low-level feature descriptors and decision level fusion. Expand
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Re-Identification in the Function Space of Feature Warps
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We propose to learn a discriminating surface separating these two sets of warp functions in the WFS and to re-identify persons by classifying a test warp function as feasible or infeasible. Expand
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A network of co-operative cameras for visual surveillance
A network of co-operative cameras for the visual surveillance of parking lots is presented. Such a network employs multiple subnets able to manage static and active cameras in a hierarchicalExpand
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