Razia Haider

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Wide open areas represent challenging scenarios for surveillance systems, since sensory data can be affected by noise, uncertainty, and distractors. Therefore, the tasks of localizing and identifying targets (e.g., people) in such environments suggest to go beyond the use of camera-only deployments. In this paper, we propose an innovative system relying on(More)
—The identification of intruders in groups of people moving in wide open areas represents a challenging scenario where coordination between cameras can be certainly used but this solution is not enough. In this paper, we propose to go beyond pure vision-based approaches by integrating the use of distributed cameras with the RFID technology. To this end, we(More)
RFID applications usually rely on RFID deployments to manage high-level events. A fundamental relation for these purposes is the location of people and objects over time. However, the nature of RFID data streams is noisy, redundant and unreliable and thus streams of low-level tag-reads can be transformed into probabilistic data streams that can reach in(More)
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