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This paper compares different similarity measures used for trajectory clustering in outdoor surveillance scenes. Six similarity measures are presented and the performance is evaluated by Correct Clustering Rate (CCR) and Time Cost (TC). The experimental results demonstrate that in outdoor surveillance scenes, the simpler PCA+Euclidean distance is competent(More)
Slow Feature Analysis (SFA) extracts slowly varying features from a quickly varying input signal. It has been successfully applied to modeling the visual receptive fields of the cortical neurons. Sufficient experimental results in neuroscience suggest that the temporal slowness principle is a general learning principle in visual perception. In this paper,(More)
In this paper, a generic rule induction framework based on trajectory series analysis is proposed to learn the event rules. First the trajectories acquired by a tracking system are mapped into a set of primitive events that represent some basic motion patterns of moving object. Then a minimum description length (MDL) principle based grammar induction(More)
For a grammar-based approach to the recognition of visual events, there are two major limitations that prevent it from real application. One is that the event rules are predefined by domain experts, which means huge manual cost. The other is that the commonly used grammar can only handle sequential relations between subevents, which is inadequate to(More)
Enabling deft data integration from numerous, voluminous and heterogeneous data sources is a major bioinformatic challenge. Several approaches have been proposed to address this challenge, including data warehousing and federated databasing. Yet despite the rise of these approaches, integration of data from multiple sources remains problematic and toilsome.(More)
—In this paper, an approach of estimating signal parameters via rotational invariance technique (ESPRIT) is proposed for two-dimensional (2-D) localization of incoherently distributed (ID) sources in large-scale/massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems. The traditional ESPRIT-based methods are valid only for one-dimensional (1-D) localization(More)